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Brahmāstra Part One: Shiva

6.6 2022

100.0% of users on Odanta have watched this.

The story of Shiva – a young man on the brink of an epic love, with a girl named Isha. But their world is turned upside down when Shiva learns that he has a mysterious connection to the Brahmāstra... and a great power within him that he doesn’t understand just yet - the power of Fire.

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Ranbir Kapoor as Shiva
Alia Bhatt image
Alia Bhatt as Isha Chatterjee
Mouni Roy image
Mouni Roy as Junoon
Amitabh Bachchan image
Amitabh Bachchan as Guru
Nagarjuna Akkineni image
Nagarjuna Akkineni as Anish Shetty
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Shah Rukh Khan as Mohan Bhargav
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Dimple Kapadia as Savitri Devi
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Saurav Gurjar as Zor
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Rounallah Gazi as Raftaar
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Gurfateh Pirzada as Sher
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Stanzin Delek as Tensing
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Lehar Khan as Raveena
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Aditi Joshi as Rani
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Markand Soni as Santha
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Chaitnya Sharma as Tiger
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Saqib Ayub as Ali
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Rashi Mal as Shaina
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Rohan Rustomji as Sunny
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Farida Dadi as Chawl Aunty
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Nivaan Gupta as Baby Shiva
Deepika Padukone image
Deepika Padukone as Shiva's Mother (uncredited)
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Adarsh Bharti as Orphanage Kid


  • By ashita

    It’s very interesting to observe that many filmmakers, even some of the best in the world, often fall down the rabbit hole of exclusively being able to view their creation from a very broad perspective. Brahmastra has done justice to the elements that were experimental and the focus of the genre such as the impressive VFX and world-building for the Astraverse. However, the caveats happened to be the fleshing out of characters and weaving a love story satisfactory and engaging enough to ground the movie. There is a certain emptiness to the film that must be improved upon for the next installation but as far as I am concerned, Brahmastra is a great experience and the culmination of years of hard work and innovation that cannot go without commendation.

  • By tandonewithyou

    The movie looks beautiful, amazing VFX, but the dialogues of the movie are like it’s being narrated to a 7 year old kid

  • By Odanta

    Can’t wait for Part 2!

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