Brahmastra reminded me of mythological shows such as Mahabharat, Ramayan and Nagarjuna.

When it comes to Hindi cinema, veteran actor Nagarjuna says he’s always looking for experiences that fill his soul, which is why he got into film. Brahmastra Part 1: ShivaThe actor returns to Hindi cinema after nearly two decades with a cameo in Ayan Mukerji’s fantasy-adventure epic led by Ranbir Kapoor. Aria Butt.

“I was playing an incredible role. (But) I’m like a house bird. I like to live.” hyderabadI have always had a very special role in Bollywood. All the roles I came looking for, I never went for them.

“When I work here in Bollywood, I look at it for experience and soul satisfaction, playing roles that are not on my shoulders. , ‘Zakum’ and other Bollywood movies, said the 63-year-old star in an interview with PTI.

His last release was JP Dutta’s war drama LOC: Kargil (2003). In “Brahmastra” which raised total box office revenue exceeding his 300 million rupees worldwide since its release on September 9th, Nagarjuna Appears as an artist named Anish Shetty who has the power of “Nadi Astra”.

The film is the first in an ambitiously planned trilogy and marks the beginning of a new cinematic universe titled ‘Astraverse’. Nagarjuna chose the film because he saw it as a “rare opportunity” at a time when talent exchanges were on the rise in India’s various film industries.

“Films like ‘Brahma Sutra’ are a great opportunity. The bridge is open so everybody goes anywhere. And India has become an industry because Indian people love movies and cricket. , it should be.I am very happy that this film has contributed to the growth of the industry and allowed actors to play different roles in different languages,” he added.

Nagarjuna recalled that Mukerji offered him the Brahmastra in 2018, but he had a condition before agreeing to it. “When Ayan wanted me to play a part in his movie, I said yes, but what am I going to do in such a movie? And if it doesn’t work out for me, I don’t do it, it has to work in my mind, not the length.

“Ayan came to Hyderabad and explained everything. He got a book like a little comic book. All the frames are done. All the pages of the book are there and less But nothing more,” he said.

Nagarjuna was most interested in ‘Brahmstra’ because it goes back to watching mythological programs on television. He recalled growing up watching ‘Ramayana’ and ‘Mahabharata’ and many folk films.

“I had seen in ‘Maharabharata’ where they used these astras in warfare, which intrigued me. When I was younger, I also read a lot of Chitrakata comics.

“When he was telling me all these things, I was glad that someone in India was making this. It didn’t take long.” Nagarjuna said that filming the film, which was packed with visual effects, made it a unique experience because he had to stretch his imagination every time a character performed a supernatural power.

“About the sequence, Ayan said that some kind of electric charge forms around me and makes my eyes blue. When I run, a bull rises up from behind me and I need to speed up.” I explained all this,” he said.

Asked about the many fan theories surrounding his character, including pleas for a spin-off film, Nagarjuna said the project had not yet been discussed. I am glad that you liked it.

Brahmastra: Part One Shiva, sponsored by Star Studios and Dharma Productions Amitabh Bachchan and Mouni Roy. His SS Rajamouli director of ‘RRR’ will present the film in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.

Nagarjuna said he had been waiting for the opportunity to collaborate with Rajamouli, known for his blockbuster hits like ‘Magadheera’, ‘Eiga’, ‘Baahubali’ and ‘RRR’. “I kept asking and teasing Rajamouli about making a movie with me, but he always laughed. When the time comes, it will happen.” But he has to come up with a script first,” said the actor.

https://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/bollywood/brahmastra-reminded-me-of-mythological-shows-such-as-mahabharat-ramayan-nagarjuna-8158868/ Brahmastra reminded me of mythological shows such as Mahabharat, Ramayan and Nagarjuna.

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