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After the blockbuster success of Sanju, Ranbir Kapoor's next film Brahmastra is currently being filmed in Bulgaria. The film has the Kapoor lad sharing screen space with his alleged lady love Alia Bhatt. While the shooting for the flick is going on in full force, the President of India Ram Nath Kovind who is on a three day official visit to Europe, recently dropped by on the sets. He was accompanied by the president of Bulgaria, Rumen Radev.
Later the official Twitter handle of the President of India posted a few pictures from the sets which you just can't miss-
The Joy On Ranbir's Face
Just look at Ranbir who is beaming from ear to ear in this picture! Looks like he's quite excited to meet President.
The Purpose Of The Visit
The official Twitter handle of the President of India tweeted, "#PresidentKovind and President Radev dropped in at the studio in Sofia where the Hindi film Brahmastra is being made. The Presidents met the Indo-Bulgarian crew and chatted about cinema as a business and cultural link between the two countries."
The film's leading lady Alia Bhatt and director Ayan Mukerji too were present on the sets and posed for pictures.
Speaking About Brahmastra
Ranbir Kapoor had earlier told a leading daily that Brahmastra was "nothing like Baahubali". While the Baahubali films were set in the mythical kingdom of Mahishmati, Brahmastra has a very real setting. "Brahmastra is set in the present day, in contemporary Mumbai."
He had further added, "Ayan, my best friend, has taken five years to write this film. He has written it in three parts and it's a new type of film." Calling Brahmastra a "modern-day fairy tale", the actor revealed that "all the characters in it have supernatural powers."