Ayan Mukerji’s dream project ‘Brahmastra’ is on its way to becoming true. For the first time, the audience will see Ranbir and Alia together. And this is not the only thing that excites the audience.
From the movie’s story, and budget, to the fees of Brahmastra cast; everything is raising curiosity among the fans.
Soon, Hindi cinema will get the highest-ever budget movie as Brahmastra’s total budget is Rs 410 Crore as per Bollywood Hungama.
Filmmakers did not want to leave any stone untouched for it and wanted to give a Hollywood-like experience to the Indian audience.
The movie's trailer is the proof, check it out here once again.
Brahmastra Movie Trailer
The movie’s script began in 2011 and it took almost a decade to give it a final finish. So, the budget has to be high to turn each tiny detail from the script into reality.
The big cast- Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna, Alia Bhatt, Shah Rukh Khan, and Ranbir Kapoor skyrockets the movie's cost further.
Let’s see how much these celebrities have charged for the film.
Brahmastra Cast Fees Revealed Ahead of Its Release
Starting with the lead character Shiva played by Ranbir Kapoor. He possesses mighty powers and is the carrier of Agni Astra. His role is the center of attraction and seems the whole film depends on his performance.
For this, Ranbir began the preparation way back in 2017 and underwent massive physical training. For all the hard work, the ‘Rockstar’ actor charged around Rs 20 to 25 Crore.
This is the highest fee of the Brahmastra cast.
Wife of Ranbir Kapoor and Gangubai Kathiawadi fame Alia Bhatt has made her name in the industry. Even though she is not in the limelight of the movie, seeing her next to Ranbir is no less than a dream of the audience.
She is playing Isha, the ladylove of Shiva, in the movie and for this Alia is taking a whopping fee. If we believe media reports, Alia charged Rs 10 to Rs 12 crore for Brahmastra.
This is almost 50 percent less than what she charged for Gangubai Kathiawadi.
Big B is also a part of Ayan Mukerji’s dream movie. He is playing Guru Arvind in Brahmastra. Don’t go after his age, the actor will amaze you with his sword fighting skills in the movie.
Along with his Prabhastra-The Sword of Light, Amitabh will show the direction to lead actors. And for this iconic role, filmmakers paid him Rs 8 to 10 crore.
We told you the Brahmastra movie is going to be the highlight of 2022. From Bollywood stars, and TV actors, to South Superstars; all are raising the bar for this movie.
The audience will see Nagarjuna’s comeback after 18 years since he appeared in LOC: Kargil. The Tollywood star plays an artist Anish who also possesses powers.
Nagarjuna took Rs 9 to 11 Crore for Brahmastra.
Among all the star cast of Brahmastra, Mouni Roy’s role is stealing the most limelight for playing the antagonist.
Her red eyes and devilish look filled the audience with Junoon ahead of the movie's release. According to BollywoodLife, Mouni charged Rs 3 crore for her role as Junoon in Brahmastra.
Shah Rukh Khan
We put SRK last in our list of Brahmastra cast fees because he doesn’t have a long role in the film. Shah Rukh will only give a special appearance as Vanarastra.
His part was not even revealed in the teaser earlier but it’s confirmed now. However, we don’t have much information on how much he charged for it.
Another secret character in Brahmastra is Dimple Kapadia. Her role is not revealed yet but it is known that the actress charged Rs 1-2 crore for her secret role.
With all the lump sum fees for the Brahmastra cast and the VFX scenes, the movie’s background, and location; the budget reached Rs 400 crore.
Casting Begins For Brahmastra Part 2
This is only the first part of the movie and if all goes well Brahmastra Part 2 will make double noise in theatres.
Recently, it is revealed that Hrithik Roshan was approached for the role of Mahadev in part 2. However, the actor turned down the offer as he is occupied with 2 VFX heavy films- Ramayana and Krrish 4.
Actor's upcoming movie is Vikram Vedha in which he will be seen along with Saif Ali Khan.
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