Big relief to Ranbir-Alia's Brahmastra from Supreme Court, important decision taken for the safety of the film

Rachna Kumari
Brahmastra movie photo
Brahmastra movie photo

There are only a few days left for the release of the film. In such a situation, now before the release, a big news related to the film has come out.

Bollywood actors Ranbir kapoor and actress Alia Bhatt are busy promoting their much-awaited film Brahmastra these days. The team of the film is vigorously promoting and promoting this film. All the actors of the film are in constant discussions about their film. There are only a few days left for the release of the film. In such a situation, now before the release, a big news related to the film has come out. Now a relief news has come out for this film which is falling victim to the boycott trend on social media. 

According to the latest reports that surfaced recently, illegal streaming of 'Brahmastra' has been banned. In this case, the Delhi High Court has tightened the noose regarding streaming on 18 websites. Not only this, the court has also banned the viewing, uploading, hosting and re-telecasting of the film along with it. After this decision of the court, the film has got relief in many ways.

Few days are left for the release of the film. In such a situation, the team of the film is now busy in its promotion. Recently the team had reached Hyderabad for promotion. The fans were a bit disappointed due to the cancellation of the first event here, but later this event was organized in a hotel. During this, actress Alia Bhatt won everyone's heart with her unique outfit. At the same time, Ranbir has surprised everyone by talking to the fans in Telugu. 

Talking about the film, actress Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor will be seen sharing the screen together for the first time through this film. Apart from Alia and Ranbir, actor Amitabh Bachchan, South actor Nagarjuna and actress Mouni Roy will be seen playing special characters in the film. Directed by Ayan Mukerji, the film is slated to hit the theaters on September 9.