Amid Calls From Boycott, Karan Johar Says 'We Can't Predict' Success Of 'Brahmastra' On Ayan Mukerji's Birthday

Bollywood is currently witnessing a dry spell and two of the biggest releases this year- Laal Singh Chaddha and Raksha Bandhan- were victims of the boycott culture. Certain netizens have also called for a boycott of the upcoming fantasy adventure movie Brahmastra, that has been directed by Ayan Mukerji. On the occasion of his birthday, Karan Johar penned down an emotional note and said that they couldn’t predict the future of Brahmastra.

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Karan Johar took to his Instagram handle and shared a picture with Ayan Mukerji and called him his son. He wrote, “Love is such a strong feeling and emotion… it can be divided and yet felt in abundance… I love you Ayan and feel protective about you as much as I do for my twins…. I know the decade( a whole decade) of work you have put into your film BRAHMASTRA … I have never seen anyone dedicate most of their professional lives to one project the way you have … What tomorrow or rather the 9th of September holds for us we can’t predict at this moment! But your commitment and hard work is already a victory! You just fly! Just soar! Just keep aiming high! Dreams are a reality if you truly believe them and I know you do! Your dream is your labour of love the world will see soon! Love you my child! And oh ya! Happy birthday!!!!!”

Brahmastra – the Trilogy, is a 3-part film franchise and Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva is the first instalment of the trilogy. The movie stars Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Mouni Roy, and Nagarjuna Akkineni and will be releasing on 9 September 2022.

The story is set in modern-day India, against the premise of a secret society called the Brahmānsh; who generation after generation have protected many divine ‘Astras’ (weapons) that were created in ancient India, and safe-guarded from the eyes of the world.

John Colin

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