The Adipurush trailer brings the epic tale of the Ramayana to life with stunning performances from Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, and Saif Ali Khan.
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“When you tell a story, it’s important to convey it from the heart, and that’s exactly what the trailer of Adipurush does. The film is based on the epic tale of Ramayana, and it’s evident that Producer Bhushan Kumar and Director Om Raut have invested a great deal of emotion and resources into the project.”
On Tuesday afternoon, the trailer for Adipurush, directed by Om Raut, was released. The movie is based on the timeless tale of the Ramayana and stars Prabhas as Raghav, Kriti Sanon as Janaki, Sunny Singh as Shesh, and Devdatta Nage as Hanuman. Saif Ali Khan plays the role of the antagonist Lankesh.
The three-minute trailer opens with a voiceover introducing us to Raghav’s character, played by Prabhas. It encapsulates the essence of the Ramayana with glimpses of some of its most pivotal scenes, including the Sitaharan scene featuring Saif Ali Khan as Lankesh and Kriti Sanon as Janaki, Hanuman carrying Sanjeevani Buti, and the building of the Ram Setu scene.
The trailer ends with a scene of Saif Ali Khan laughing evilly, setting the stage for the epic battle between Raghav and Lankesh that will unfold in the film.
Check out the trailer of Adipurush here:
Lead actor Prabhas shared the Adipurush trailer on social media and wrote in his caption, “Hari Anant, Hari Katha Ananta. Adipurush Trailer out now! Adipurush will release in cinemas worldwide on June 16th.”
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When the film’s teaser appeared last October, many people felt that the makers had made a mockery of the Ramayana, and the emotional depth of the story was missing.
However, with the release of the trailer, it seems like Director Om Raut has pulled up his socks and ensured that it looked like a magnum opus. The dialogues, music, performances, and direction all work brilliantly, with one exception: the animation.
Unfortunately, the animation falls short and ends up detracting from the overall experience.
Director Om Raut seems to have gone so deep into the animation that he forgets that he’s making a classic movie and not an animated one.
Despite this, Prabhas and Kriti Sanon deliver their best performances, and it’s a shame that Manoj Muntashir’s well-crafted dialogues get lost in the midst of those animated faces.
Saif Ali Khan makes a powerful impact as Ravan in the Adipurush trailer, even with his fleeting appearance.
The background chants of Jai Shri Ram in the Adipurush trailer are incredibly powerful and can give you goosebumps. However, the impact is taken away when the animated avatars of Lord Hanuman and Laxman appear.
The beauty of Ramanand Sagar’s television epic Ramayan in the 1980s was its ability to tell the story with emotion and heart. It’s unfortunate that Director Om Raut did not stick to that and instead included excessive animation.