Brahmastra broke the cold spell and did exceptionally well in the box office. So here are more trilogies you can keep an eye out for.
'Brahmastra Part One: Shiva' the Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt starrer that hit the big screen last Friday, already has fans eagerly anticipating its second part. The three-part series directed by Ayan Mukerji, will see new characters take centre stage as they delve into the 'Astraverse'.
After casting her spell on the silver screen, the character Naagin is set to slither her way on to the big screen. In the upcoming trilogy titled 'Nagin', directed by Vishal Furia, actress Shraddha Kapoor will take on the iconic character. Set on a lavish scale and big budget, the three-part film series blends Indian folklore with heavy VFX.
Chhatrapati Shivaji trilogy
Filmmaker Nagraj Manjule's ambitious multilingual trilogy on Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj that was expected to hit screens in 2021 was delayed due to the pandemic. The film on the Maratha ruler was set to go on floors with Riteish Deshmukh in the lead. "It is a project I am extremely passionate about and once everything falls into place, you will know," said Nagraj in a statement.
After ruling the small screen, Indian superhero 'Shaktimaan' is all set to take over the big screen. #MukeshKhanna who played the superhero in the original TV series has joined forces with Sony to bring the action-packed trilogy to the big screen.
'The Immortal Ashwatthama'
Aditya Dhar, announced his plans to collaborate with Vicky Kaushal on an epic trilogy - 'The Immortal Ashwatthama'.The film was scheduled to go on floors this year, but was reportedly put on the back burner, due to budget issues.
After #Baahubali, SS Rajamouli plans to recreate one of the country's biggest epic tales – The Mahabharata.Rajamouli wants to use the latest technology, VFX & graphics to bring a multi-lingual epic with a perfect mix of Bollywood & South actors.
Which trilogy are the most excited for! Let us know in the comments.