Ayan Mukerji reveals he has started working on ‘Brahmastra Part 2: Dev’

The movie is doing well at the box-office despite mixed reviews


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Published: Mon 19 Sep 2022, 3:26 PM

Last updated: Mon 19 Sep 2022, 3:27 PM

‘Brahmastra’ director Ayan Mukherji is currently riding high on the mega box-office success of the film. And while there is a lot of anticipation surrounding the next part of the trilogy series, Ayan has confirmed that he has started working on it!

Ayan took to his Instagram to thank the audience for the love they gave to the film and further revealed that he is back to work.

He wrote, “I didn’t think I would be ready to get back to work as soon as this first baby was delivered, but the Energy from our Audiences has given me the Energy to jump straight back into it...!

‘Brahmastra’ crossed INR 300 crores (gross) worldwide on Monday and to celebrate the milestone, Ayan wrote, “BRAHMASTRA Part One is 11 days old today, and on this Monday (day of Shiv) putting out some good pure energy for...What the Film has achieved so far!”

He added, “the Journey will continue over the next few weeks as the festive season comes upon us! All the Audience Feedback we have received (good, and not so good) - all of which we are absorbing and learning deeply from!!”

He also wrote, “All the AMAZING Fan Theories out there (some of which we’re definitely going to use in our Future!)... For all this... Thank you”

As mentioned ‘Brahmastra’ continues a successful run at the box office.

Earlier this month, Ayan also revealed that all the unreleased songs from the film would be out in Dussehra this year.

Ayan took to his Instagram and wrote, “Some News on The Music Album Of Brahmastra. There is a lot of Music in the movie which we haven’t released, yet. Like... Rasiya... our Shiva Theme... other versions of our Main Songs... other Themes...The main reason is that we needed to focus on finishing the movie pre-release, and couldn’t do justice to launching these tracks properly.”

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