Brahmastra director Ayan Mukerji shows his excitement for the final season of Game of Thrones with this post

The final season of Game of Thrones is finally here and fans cannot keep calm. Just like us, Brahmastra director Ayan Mukerji is also excited for the season premiere and he expressed his excitement through his latest Instagram post.
News,Ayan Mukerji,BrahmastraAyan Mukerji took to Instagram to express his excitement for the season premiere of Game of Thrones.
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The eight and the final season of Game of Thrones is finally here and the entire fandom is going gaga over it. The season premiere is going to air tonight in the West and it will be there for the Indians fans to see from April 15. Along with us, it seems like Brahmastra director Ayan Mukerji is also pumped up for the final season and he recently took to his social media to express his excitement through his latest post which will surely relate with all the die-hard Game of Thrones fans.

Ayan shared a stunning still from the Game of Thrones season 7, the loot train attack episode wherein Daenerys’ dragon can be seen creating a havoc in the Lannister army. This post has clearly quickened our excitement for the final season of the show. Ayan captioned the post as, “Can’t Wait !! #bestthingintheworld #tomorrow” and we totally back him on this.

Meanwhile, Ayan is gearing up for his latest film Brahmastra starring Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt in lead roles. The film is one of the most anticipated films of this year and also stars Amitabh Bachchan, Dimple Kapadia and Mouni Roy in pivotal roles. The film will see a Christmas release this year. 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Can’t Wait !! #bestthingintheworld #tomorrow

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Ayan Mukerji also shared a recent post wherein he credited the Himalayas as his inspiration for Brahmastra. He shared a picture of himself with the mountains and gave an equally beautiful caption. He captioned the picture as, “I would never have written Brahmastra, if not for the Himalayas. It was where the idea for the movie - the entire trilogy - came to me, and no other place on earth could have inspired it. How do I describe what the Himalayas make me feel? I just can't, because words fall short. Their magnificence and spirituality is something I constantly keep going to because it makes my soul better."

 

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