Ayan Mukerji says he has hidden certain Brahmastra songs even from Alia Bhatt

Ayan Mukerji’s magnum opus Brahmastra is all set to release on September 7. The film, which has been almost seven years in the making, started its journey with the trailer release last month and now its first song Kesaria released on Sunday. Ahead of the song’s launch, Ayan took to Instagram Live with the film’s lead actors Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor and revealed that there are some songs in the film that Alia has not heard yet. Read also: Brahmastra song Kesaria: Alia Bhatt promises to always stand by Ranbir Kapoor

During an Instagram live session, a fan asked Ayaan about the total number of songs in the film. The director replied, “I really wouldn’t want to reveal it at this point of time. Let’s keep it one song at a time.” As Alia was shocked, Ayan said, “There are songs (in Brahmastra) which I have hidden from Alia as well.” This surprised Alia even more. Ayan laughed and told her, “Yeah, some of those things you haven’t even heard of. So yes, one song at a time.”

The first song of the film Kesaria released on Sunday. In the song, Alia, who plays Isha, and Ranbir Kapoor, who plays Shiva, are seen romancing in Varanasi. Ayaan and the film’s team took to Instagram to wish Alia and Ranbir a happy wedding using one of its teasers. The filmmaker even said that the love of the fans forced him to change the promotional strategy of Brahmastra.

In an Instagram post on Saturday, Ayan wrote, “Honestly speaking, I always imagined that we would launch a song which was about Shiva (Ranbir’s character) as the first song of Brahmastra. But Kesaria teaser There was so much warmth to it, that we decided we had to put it out first (or, everyone would kill us)! And now, I can’t imagine it being any other way.”

Brahmastra is a fantasy-fiction film, billed as the first part of a trilogy. The film also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna and Mouni Roy. Reports say that it also includes a cameo of Shah Rukh Khan. Brahmastra is set to release in cinemas on 9 September.


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