Nagarjuna as Archaeologist in Brahmastra

Nagarjuna as Archaeologist in Brahmastra
Nagarjuna as Archaeologist in Brahmastra

Nagarjuna is making his comeback in Hindi Film Industry with Brahmastra in which his best friend Bollywood Megastar Amitabh Bachchan aka Big B, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt are playing the lead roles. The sources say that Nagarjuna  will play an important role in this upcoming movie. Nagarjuna is not news for Bollywood audiences. He made his debut in Bollywood with Shiva and is popular for several Hindi movies like Huda Gawah, Zakhm and Criminal.

In Bollywood, Nagarjuna was last seen in LOC Kargil, which is directed by JP Dutta. The sources close to Nagarjuna say that from long time the actor wanted to become the part of Hindi film but was waiting for interesting project and when he gets the offer to play key role in Brahmastra, he agreed to become the part of this film. Now according to the latest update, Nagarjuna is playing the role of archaeologist in Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt starrer Brahmastra, which is being bankrolled by noted producer and Baahubali distributor Karan Johar.

Earlier Amitabh Bachchan and Nagarjuna Akkineni have worked together in Agni Varsha and Khuda Gawah.  The sources claims that Nagarjuna is essaying the role of an archaeologist in the big-budget project Brahmastra .

It has also come out that Nagarjuna’ portions have been extensively shot in the Kashi Vishwanath Temple, the Chet Singh Fort and on the banks of Ganga.  The sources close to the film unit revealed that Nagarjuna’ character, along with his students undertakes an expedition to restore an ancient temple along the banks of the Ganga.

 Bankrolled by Karan Johar, the first part in the fantasy trilogy Brahmastra  is slated for a summer release in 2020.

Ayan Mukherjee, the director of Ye Jawaani Hai Deewani, is helming  Brahmastra and Pritam is rendering the tune. Finally it has been confirmed that Nagarjuna will play the role of an archaeologist, who will travel to an ancient temple near the Ganges along with his students on an expedition.