Undoubtedly, every indian is familiar with the Ramayana narrative from birth, and the manner a film presents it fascinates them. According to the clip, the sequence where Ravanasura kidnaps Sita while posing as a beggar who enters the building asking for donations is fantastic. Om Raut's interpretation of the Ramayana for the new-age audience is demonstrated by the way the tree roots bind her up and raise her into the air. Despite being laced with some low-quality computer graphics, the entire stunt scene is spectacular due to the manner it is presented. The feelers are like watching a hollywood movie combined with Chinese and Korean conflict, and the onscreen experience is going to be mind-blowing, if we could visualise the entire war sequence.
Adipurush has been dogged by doubts for quite some time, but the commercial component hinted at in the trailer is something that would perform wonders at the box office, giving hope that the movie may succeed. Additionally, the fact that Lord Rama is a beloved of millions of indians ensures that the movie commands unwavering attention, giving exhibitors and distributors faith that the movie would easily cross the great $1 billion threshold. On june 16th, Om Raut's Adipurush, starring prabhas, Kriti Sanon, and saif ali khan as Rama, Sita, and Ravana, will be released in theatres.