Kesariya Song Is Out Now; Ranbir Kapoor Wearing Shoes In Brahmastra’s Temple Scene? Ayan Mukerji Issues Clarification

Kesariya Song Is Out Now; Ranbir Kapoor Wearing Shoes In Brahmastra’s Temple Scene?    Ayan Mukerji Issues Clarification

Director Ayan Mukerji Issues Clarification About Ranbir is Not Weering shoes in Temple

The much-awaited song “Kesariya” from the highly anticipated film “Brahmastra” has finally been released, and the fans are gushing over it. The Ralia chemistry in the music video is beautiful, and the song has a lovely feel to it.

Fans have been waiting for the entire song’s release ever since Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor’s wedding, when a sneak peek of the song was shared by the film’s director Ayan Mukherji.

Brahmastra has been making headlines for quite some time now, from its VFX being compared to Marvel/DC movies to the Kesariya song trending on Instagram. Fans have praised the recent Brahmastra trailer release, but some have been offended by a scene. 

Many people were upset by a scene in which Ranbir Kapoor enters in what appears to be a temple without taking his shoes off. It is being considered disrespectful to not follow this customary practice in Hindu temples.  People have questioned the director, Ayan Mukerji, about the scene.

Mukerji cleared up the confusion about the sequence in his latest Instagram post. He said that Ranbir Kapur isn’t wearing shoes at the temple but a Durga Puja Pandal. He said, “We had some people in our community, upset because of one shot in our Trailer – Ranbir’s character wearing shoes as he rings a Bell. As the Creator of this film (and a devotee), I wanted to humbly address what happened here. In our movie, Ranbir is not entering a temple, but a Durga Puja Pandal. My own family has been organising a similar kind of Durga Puja Celebration for… 75 years! One, which I have been a part of since my childhood. In my experience, we only take off our shoes, right on the stage where the Goddess is, and not when you enter the Pandal,”

He continued to explain, “It is personally important for me to reach out to anyone who may have been upset with this image… because above all, Brahmāstra is created as a movie experience which pays respect to and celebrates – Indian culture, traditions and history. That is at the heart of why I made this movie, so it is very important to me that this feeling, reaches every Indian who is watching Brahmāstra!”

Several people praised him for how he dealt with the situation as soon as he shared the post.

A fan appreciates his enthusiasm for his films, according to the comment, “You did Amazing Ayan Minimilistic heartful “WAKE UP SID” to Magnum opus #bramhãstra. You have served the purpose of passion ❤️”

The song was released by Sony Music India on YouTube. You can listen to the song here:

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