The second trailer for Om Raut’s magnum opus “Adipurush” was presented on Tuesday at a big event in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, while fans wait impatiently for its release. The event drew an unrivalled throng and was attended by Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, Sunny Singh, Om Raut, and Bhushan Kumar, among others.
As soon as Prabhas stepped foot in the temple town, fans flew into a frenzy. Numerous thousands of people were spotted at the lavish Tirupati trailer premiere event.
In the film “Adipurush,” which is a retelling of the legendary Ramayana, Prabhas will play Lord Ram, and Kriti Sanon will play his Sita.
Thousands of fans can be seen arriving at the trailer premiere location to get a glimpse of their beloved star in a number of images and videos from the event that have gone viral on the internet.
A large crowd of more than 1 lakh people can be seen gathered at the venue where the event was held in the videos, all of them eager to witness the “Baahubali” star perform live in front of them.
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Prabhas’ supporters were seen arriving with flags, banners, and posters in his honour; some even displayed custom tattoos they had their idol inked.
Prabhas announced the beginning of the countdown to the movie at the beginning of the trailer presentation ceremony by raising a huge bow.
It has been said that Om Raut’s passion project, “Adipurush,” has been in the works for a while. Saif Ali Khan will portray the vicious Ravan in the movie, but despite having such a significant part to play, the actor has been conspicuously absent from all the film’s promotional events.
When the preview for “Adipurush” was originally made available online last year, it caused a huge commotion in the nation, with people criticising the producers for using subpar visual effects. Additionally, they said that the characters’ portrayals by the filmmakers insulted Ramayan.
The film’s initial release date of January 2023 was then moved up as the producers pledged to improve the VFX and cater to the audience. The movie will now open in theatres on June 16, 2023.