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The 'not so secret' location of Brahmastra's secret society baffles user, Karan Johar justifies why it is o… – DESIMARTINI – Bollywood News & Reviews

A social media user tried to point out a major loophole in Ranbir Kapoor starrer Brahmastra, Karan Johar jumped to the film’s defence.
Karan Johar jumped to the defence of Ayan Mukherji directed Brahmastra as user tried pointing out a major plot hole in the movie which has so far earned Rs. Over Rs. 300 crores worldwide at the box office. A user on Twitter wondered how Alia Bhatt , Ranbir Kapoor and Nagarjuna followed Google maps to find the ashram of the Brahmansh in the Himalayas when it is actually supposed to be a secret.
While Ranbir and Alia were yet to learn about the secret society that’s home to the ‘astras’ at this point in the movie, they follow the location shared by Nagarujna’s character on the map to get there. The viewer who shared his concern over this alleged loophole in Brahmastra and wondered how despite the error the film has managed to earn Rs. 300 crores, Karan Johar jumped in with an explanation.
The user wrote, “Tell me how that Ashram is secret and the address of ashram is on Google maps? For this logic the movie has earnerd 300 crs? This is what indian creativity is ?”
Reacting to this Karan Johar justified what was being called a loophole by sharing how the Brahmasnh is secret but Amitabh Bachchan who plays the Guru is not in hiding and leads dual life much like the other astra wielding characters in the film.
Karan wrote, “The Guru is living like any other person in the real world… no one knows HE is the leader of the BRAHMANSH! That His is the house of the Astras… so his address with his name in the real world is of-course on google maps!”
Brahmastra stars Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt in the lead with Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna and Shah Rukh Khan also being a part of the film. The movie which has launched the ‘astraverse’ in Bollywood which be trilogy with Part 2 aiming to come out in 2025 according to Ayan Mukherji.


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