Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt and the cast of Ayan Mukerji’s upcoming film Brahmastra have completed the shooting schedule of the film in Bulgaria but looks like the fun times are still not over. After calling it a wrap and posting pictures with the cast and crew of the film, Alia Bhatt spent some fun time with her Brahmastra boys- Ranbir and Ayan.
Taking to social media, Alia shared a picture with co-star and rumoured boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor and Brahmastra director Ayan Mukerji and captioned it as, “the one with all the joy.” In the picture, the terrific trio is seen looking into the camera and posing with each other. The picture has definitely left the viewers excited, not just about the film but also about their favorite jodi as well. Have a look at their picture.
The duo has been in Bulgaria for a while now where they were shooting for the film with Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan. While Big B returned to the bay a while back, Ranbir and Alia have now completed the shoot.
Pooja Kapur, Ambassador of India to Bulgaria, shared a picture on Twitter with the cast and crew of Brahmastra and wrote, “Bidding adieu to the charming and talented cast & crew of #Brahmastra. Bulgaria will miss you! #ranbirkapoor #ayanmukerji @aliaa08…..” In the photo, lovebirds Ranbir, Alia were seen posing with director Ayan Mukerji and the crew of the film. The trio is all smiles after wrapping up the film's shoot schedule. Take a look:
Bidding adieu to the charming and talented cast & crew of #Brahmastra. Bulgaria will miss you! #ranbirkapoor #ayanmukerji@aliaa08 @MARIJKEdeSOUZA @karanjohar @indiandiplomats pic.twitter.com/ofvNCdOBmp— Pooja Kapur Пуджа Капур (@pooja_kapur) September 14, 2018
Nother picture of Ranbir Kapoor has also gone viral on the internet from the last day of shoot in Bulgaria. In the picture Ranbir is seen posing with two other crew members of the film.
Earlier in an interview with Times of India, one of Brahmastra's crew members revealed that during the second schedule in Bulgaria, the cast was shooting for an action sequence. "The equipment needed for this shoot is available in just six countries in the world. We have flown it down to Bulgaria from Germany. Prior to the arrival of our guests, we were rehearsing some stunts with this equipment which involves lots of safety measures," the crew member was quoted as saying.
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