The two words “love storiyan” in Brahmastra’s new Kesariya song, which seems to disrupt the symphony, have drawn criticism, in addition, to praise for its melody. Director Ayan Mukerji has spoken out about it and firmly believes that the audience will come to love it, despite the fact that lead actor Ranbir Kapoor has responded to the jokes and memes.
When Ayan noticed that the biryani had “love storiyan,” she reacted by saying, “Yeh bahut chal raha hai kal se. We didn’t find it like elaichi, but like shakkar mein namak ka twist (This has been going on since yesterday.) Humne bahut pyaar se dala tha, intriguing sa twist daala—interesting sa twist laga tha. It was an interesting twist, like salt in a very sweet—that kind of taste—that we placed into the lyrics with a lot of affection. He continued, noting that he did not regard it as “elaichi” in the beginning, saying, “In time, people will begin to take pleasure in it even more. That’s how I feel.
Ranbir also defended the song in a press conference, saying, “Today, memes and trolls are all a part of life, and it’s fine as long as people love the song, Pritam’s music, and Arijit Singh’s singing. The goal is for them to like the chemistry between Alia and me.”
Ayan Mukerji previously discussed the effort required to release the Kesariya song.
Alia Bhatt emphasised during Instagram Live that Ayan “hadn’t slept” the night before the release. Also, that they had been constantly working through numerous iterations of the song for months. Everything has stopped to make this, Ayan stated.
The three-part film series Brahmastra—the Trilogy—will be released in five different Indian languages. The languages are – Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada. In important roles, it also features Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy, and Nagarjuna Akkineni, among others.
The upcoming movie has been in the spotlight since it was first announced. Moreovet, it took more than four years to complete the production. The movie is finally releasing in theatres on September 9. Also, in both 2D and 3D after suffering significant delays for a number of reasons.
Brahmastra, which also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna, and Mouni Roy, hits theatres on September 9.
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