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Brahmastra: Kesariya wasn't the first song makers planned to release? Read on to know why..

The makers are reportedly planning to release the second song from the film sometime in August.

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Last Updated: 08.41 AM, Jul 27, 2022

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Brahmastra: Kesariya wasn't the first song makers planned to release? Read on to know why..

After a long wait, the makers of Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva finally unveiled the first song from the film’s soundtrack, Kesariya. The song, which was released in Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam, quickly went on to become a favorite of audiences. The Hindi version of the song alone has garnered more than 75 million views already, and still counting. But it seems that Kesariya wasn’t the first song the makers wanted to release first.

According to a report in Box Office Worldwide, the makers had initially decided to release another song from the film’s soundtrack first. The report stated that the song in question was very VFX heavy, and had not been ready by the date the makers planned to release it. The song’s name reportedly made a reference to Ranbir Kapoor’s Shiva, and also featured Alia Bhatt as Isha. The song is reportedly the most expensive and VFX heavy song in the film, and the makers are planning to release the same sometime in August.

Kesariya was released on July 17. Composed by Pritam, the Hindi version of the track was sung by Arijit Singh and had lyrics penned by Amitabh Bhattacharya. The song featured choreography by Ganesh Acharya.Sid Sriram, Sanjith Hegde, and Hesham Abdul Wahab have lent their vocals to the versions of the song. Although the track was well received, the song’s Hindi version was subject to criticism and incessant trolling over the lyric ‘love storiyaan’, which inspired a plethora of memes.

In addition to Ranbir and Alia, the upcoming film also features Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna Akkineni and Mouni Roy. Ayan Mukerji has directed the film, which is bankrolled under the banners of Star Studios, Dharma Productions, Prime Focus and Starlight Pictures.

Brahmāstra: Part One – Shiva is slated to be released on September 9 this year, in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada.

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