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Disney secures BFI IMAX for ‘Brahmāstra Part One: Shiva’

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures UK, the distribution arm of Disney Studios and its subsidiaries, has booked several shows for their upcoming Indian title Brahmāstra Part One: Shiva at BFI IMAX,  Britain’s biggest screen featuring world-class sound and projection technology.

As of today, Disney has secured a total of 14 shows of the film from its opening day this Friday, 9th September up to 15th September, with two shows daily.

The first show of the film starts at 10:00 this Friday, with prices for an adult set at £22 and a child (under 16) at £14.

The British Board of Film Classification today issued the film a 12A rating, which restricts cinemas from allowing entry to anyone younger than 12-years-old, unless accompanied by an adult.

Book your Brahmāstra Part One: Shiva BFI IMAX Tickets here

The grand adventure is directed by Ayan Mukerji and features a stellar ensemble cast of some of India’s most beloved actors, including Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Mouni Roy, and Nagarjuna Akkineni.

Set in modern-day India, the narrative is woven around the existence of Astras of power that have been protected by a group called the Brahmānsh since Ancient Vedic times. The most powerful of these Astras, named after the most powerful weapon of the Gods, is the Brahmāstra. A mysterious dark force is trying to wake the Brahmāstra, threatening the universe we know today. The new film sees hero Shiva (Ranbir Kapoor) journey into this magical world of Astras where he learns of his mysterious connection to the Brahmānsh and the Brahmāstra. Shiva discovers the truth, both about his own destiny as a divine hero and about the great power that dwells within him—the power of Fire.

As the creator of this universe, writer-director Ayan Mukerji feels that Brahmāstra Part One: Shiva is just the beginning for genre-defining storytelling. Brahmāstra is an original film, and I feel very proud of what we have accomplished here,” Mukerji says. “I feel India and audiences globally will embrace the film.”

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