Since the release of Brahmastra Part One: Shiva on September 9, reviews clearly hint at the fact that Kesariya's love storiyan was not the worst part of the movie. Alia Bhatt was, if you believe the memes.
Alia’s role in Brahmastra: Alia Bhatt plays the role of Isha Chatterjee who is Shiva’s (Ranbir Kapoor’s character) love interest. This is as per the movie’s description. The internet, however, has revealed the truth and begun a meme-fest like always.
Internet users have summarised Alia’s role in a few memes. The memes have gone so far that someone who hasn't seen the movie can also tell you that her role is all about saying, “Shiva”, “Shivaaa” and “Shivaa”.
The viral mimicry video: A mimicry video on Alia's role in Brahmastra is going viral on Instagram. Mimicry artist Chandni, also an Instagram content creator, shared a video summing up Alia Bhatt’s role.
Take a look at the video first:
The video already has more than 2 million views and is being re-shared by almost everyone who has watched the movie (because: relatable content>>>>).
One more: Another video will show how Alia's entire role is about saying “Shiva” in different ways:
#AliaBhatt’s character in #Brahmashtra under 30 seconds 😂😂😂— Ginni Ki Life (@ginnikilife) September 11, 2022
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#SRK𓃵 #BiggBoss16 pic.twitter.com/2RzBDnuOZP
There is more: Will Alia get the next Filmfare for this?
What about the rest of the movie? The much-hyped Brahmastra is finally in cinemas and looks like it is nothing but just disappointment. I'm not saying so; the reviews are. From the disappointing lyrics of Kesariya to the poor story line, Brahmastra has given people many reasons to give it a pass.
It is also questioning some common sense, like:
The good: Yes, there is some good as well. Many have praised the VFX of the movie. According to an India Today report, Brahmastra has more VFX shots - 4,500 - than Avengers: End Game, which has 2,400. Namit Malhotra, Chairman and CEO of VFX company DNEG is the man behind those amazing visual effects.
Meanwhile, Namit's reactions be like:
The VFX artist who spent hours and hours creating those images reading Brahmastra reviews pic.twitter.com/dCd2Ye04R7— s (@sagrwm) September 12, 2022
In the end: If not a good movie, at least we got some good memes.