Dhanush shares Tamil logo of Ranbir Kapoor’s Brahmastra while SS Rajamouli presents the Telugu version; watch


The logo of Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra has been launched in Tamil and Telugu voiceovers by Dhanush and SS Rajamouli respectively. Brahmastra, starring Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt and Amitabh Bachchan in the lead roles, is a fantasy adventure trilogy. The Hindi version of the logo was launched last week in the voiceovers of Ranbir, Alia and Big B.

Dhanush, on March 11, presented the Tamil logo of Brahmastra, and tweeted, “Glad to present to you the official #Brahmastra movie logo in Tamil,” while he also wished luck to Ayan.

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SS Rajamouli, director of the Baahubali series, presented the Telugu logo. “Happy to launch the Telugu logo of the first Indian mythical fusion drama trilogy, #Brahmastra that’s being made on an epic scale with the magnificent star cast...,” Rajamouli tweeted.


In the 41-second clip of the Hindi video, the conversation begins with Ranbir, inquiring about a certain astra as Big B elaborates that the power of the universe is instilled in the Brahmastra – Saare astron ka devta. Soon after, Ranbir questions the reason behind his ability to see the Brahmastra as Big B responds in his baritone: “Kyunki tum Brahmastra ki aakhri ladaai se jure ho. Shiva.”

Before releasing the video, Ranbir, Alia and Ayan launched the logo during the Kumbh Mela in Prayagraj last week. Alia’s and Ranbir’s characters in Brahmastra are called Isha and Shiva respectively.

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Filmmaker Karan Johar is producing Brahmastra under his Dharma Productions banner. Brahmastra will release on Christmas in Tamil and Telugu apart from Hindi.