Actress Mouni Roy addressed the claims made by some of her fans that she was the best performer in the Brahmastra cast and had a more significant role than Alia Bhatt. Even though Brahmastra co-star Mouni Roy is thrilled by the praise she’s received for her portrayal. she doesn’t think she should take credit away from Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt, the film’s stars.
Brahmastra is a film by Ayan Mukerji, an Indian director, that is an epic fantasy film based on Indian mythology. Mouni portrays the film’s main antagonist, Junoon. She told Siddharth Kannan that she got the part in 2018 following a meeting with Ayan that was scheduled to last 10 minutes but ended up lasting three hours.
She revealed that her role, known then as “Obsession,” was originally intended to play a supporting role in the movie. Mouni was asked how she felt about being the film’s “primary lead” and is expected to carry the picture on her shoulders, and she responded, “I feel like people are really loving towards me, I feel like my hard work of many years is paying off.
In my opinion, there is no substitute for putting in the time and effort required to achieve success. It’s a fantastic feeling when your efforts finally pay off. In any case, this is a movie for the masses. You can’t take anything away from the film’s success without taking away from the roles these characters played.
When asked what she thinks about people calling her part more significant than Alia Bhatt’s, she responded, “Why are you asking me such contentious questions? It was up to me to play that part. It was up to me to play the bad guy, so that’s what I did. When people enjoy what you’ve created, it’s very rewarding.
The audience responded to Junoon in a way that surprised even me since he possessed quiet confidence and power. The script has been panned, and Alia’s character has been called underdeveloped. It has been said by Ayan in interviews that he is listening to the criticism and will make changes in the sequels.
According to Dharma Productions, Brahmastra has earned over Rs 425 crore over the world. The film, with a budget of Rs 410 crore, is meant to be the first of a trilogy and to launch a cinematic and perhaps streaming universe. Both Ranbir and producer Karan Johar have stated in recent weeks that the budget figures being discussed online are for the full trilogy and not just one picture.