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Internet users allege Phone Bhoot tromped Brahmastra and call it “the ideal retaliation”

In the horror comedy Phone Bhoot, Katrina Kaif makes her debut as the ghost. Despite being recognized for its hilarious gags, internet users discovered a Brahmastra connection in the movie.
Some social media users have noted that some jokes, such as the one where the characters are using Google Maps to try to find the antagonist’s location and another where they discuss “Astra” having a “button,” were allegedly inspired by the plot of Brahmastra, which included dialogue along similar lines. Internet users allege PhoneBhoot tromped Brahmastra and call it “the ideal retaliation.”
Not the cast of #PhoneBhoot going to the antagonist’s hidden location and saying: “AATMARAM KI JAGAH KO KAISE DHOONDE, YEH TOH GOOGLE MAPS PE BHI NAHI HAI” or seizing his weapon and saying: “ASTRA HAI TOH BUTTON TOH HOGA” was the point made by a user. The joke made reference to Amitabh Bachchan’s character, Guruji, in Brahmastra, who was ridiculed for having a secret location that could be found on Google Maps. The second joke is purportedly a dig at the scene in which Ranbir Kapoor refers to Alia Bhatt as his “Agni Astra Button.”
Numerous commenters also noted that this was a revenge scene added by the producers after Brahmastra’s publication because Phone Bhoot was anticipated to be filmed before the fantasy drama. They connected this sequence as payback for Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor’s ridiculing of Katrina Kaif’s well-known dance routine, “Chikni Chameli,” from the 2012 action film Agneepath. This is referred to as a “pleasant indirect roast” of an ex-boyfriend. mentioning his film in the sentence “Wow, Katrina,” one of the users exclaimed. Another person chimed in, “Bhai yehlog #Brahmastra k movie release hone k baad dialogues ko re-dub kiye hkya.”
On November 4, Gurmmeet Singh’s film PhoneBhoot, which also features Ishaan Khatter and Siddhant Chaturvedi in key roles, will be released.

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