According to director Ayan Mukerji, there will be both brightness and darkness in the succeeding sequels of “Brahmastra,” who suggested that audiences will be treated to a “dramatic struggle” in the upcoming part two dubbed “Dev.”
“Part One: Shiva,” starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, was merely a prelude to the epic action adventure franchise’s next two sequels.
The first chapter follows Ranbir’s Shiva, who gains the ability to wield the ‘Agni’ (fire) astra after meeting his “love of his life,” Isha (Alia). The fundamental premise of the novel is how they both embark on a trip in search of information about his background while battling terrible powers bent on destroying the Earth.
“‘Love is the light,’ was my line for the picture; ‘Brahmastra: Part One’ was originally titled ‘Love,’ because that was the film’s theme.
“It’s a love narrative, and Shiva gained his power through love.” However, the dramatic struggle in ‘Part Two: Dev’ will be darker and more intense. “The sequels will undoubtedly be darker,” Mukerji told PTI in an interview.
“Some of the concepts from Part One will be revisited. It’s a single story, and everything we built up in part one will make sense by the time you get to part three. I’ll make time to read it (reviews) thoroughly in the coming days. “However, I already have my own plot and story planned for part two.” I’m going to use the input from part one to rewrite part two. We have some tricks up our sleeves that we will reveal when the time comes,” he continued.