Om Raut’s first tweet following the Adipurush controversy shows him visiting temples in Goa

From critics to reviewers, many expressed disappointment over certain dialogues in Adipurush.

Om Raut, the director of “Adipurush,” tweeted for the first time after getting criticism for the movie’s recent release. The epic Ramayana adaption “Adipurush” has received harsh criticism since its premiere.

In the movie, Saif Ali Khan plays Ravana, while Sunny Singh plays Laxman and Prabhas plays Lord Ram. Kriti plays Goddess Sita. Many reviewers and critics expressed dissatisfaction with specific dialogues in the movie.

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Om shared two images on Twitter visiting temples in Goa. He wrote, “Visiting Shri Mangeshi Temple and Shri Shantadurga Temple often takes me back to my childhood memories. Both these holy places play an important role in keeping me connected to my roots. I am always eager to seek blessings from these temples.”

‘Adipurush’ received flak for dialogues such as ‘Marega Bete’, ‘Bua Ka Bagicha Hain Kya’, and ‘Jalegi Tere Baap Ki’. In the wake of such flak, the makers of ‘Adipurush’ revamped the dialogues.

“The makers are revisiting the said dialogues, ensuring to resonate with core essence of the film and the same will reflect in the theatres in the next few days. This decision is a testament that in spite of unstoppable collections at the Box Office, the team is committed and nothing is beyond the sentiments of their audiences and harmony at large,” a statement issued by T-Series read.

The producer, director, and writer of the movie should be charged, the All India Cine Workers Association demanded in a letter to Mumbai Police and Union Home Minister Amit Shah. The movie Adipurush premiered on June 16.