Adipurush Review: Adipurush movie release Live Updates, Fans feel Prabhas’ picture is a must-see, although the visual effects are still half-baked’

Adipurush Review: Movie Release Live Updates. The Prabhas-starrer is now available in theatres. The film had a favorable response during its advance booking and is projected to shatter Pathaan’s record this year.

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Adipurush, starring Prabhas, is without a doubt the most recent film to cause mayhem. Om Raut of Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior fame directed the film, which is based on the Indian classic Ramayana. Kriti Sanon played Sita, while Bollywood superstar Saif Ali Khan played Ravanasura, the demon king. This epic work was supported by T-Series and Retrophiles. Adipurush debuted today to unparalleled acclaim and fanfare. Let’s see if the film lives up to the expectations.


In Ramayana, Adipurush shows off the Yuddha Kanda. The film opens with Lord Rama, called Raghava (Prabhas), being exiled from his kingdom of Ayodhya for 14 years by his father, Dasaratha. Kaikeyi, Bharata’s mother and Dasaradha’s younger wife asks that Lord Rama be sent to the jungle to crown her son. Lord Rama is accompanied in exile by Sita, aka Janaki (Kriti Sanon), and Seshu, nicknamed Lakshmana (Sunny Singh). Ravana (Saif Ali Khan), the demon king, abducts Sita one day by distracting Rama and Seshu with a miraculous deer. Rama later encounters Hanuman (Devdatte Naga), and the rest of the film is about how Lord Rama defeated Ravana and rescued Sita.

Adipurush Review

Plus Points:

Prabhas is one of the rare actors in today’s generation who can play mythical or periodic parts with ease and conviction. Adipurush has an unrivaled aura of nobility, and he couldn’t have been any greater if another actor had played Lord Sri Rama. The PAN-India star dazzles with his charisma, body language, and dialogue delivery, and he is a wonderful fit for Lord Rama. His screen presence and the manner he delivers extended sentences are unrivaled.

Saif Ali Khan is yet another wonderful event that has occurred to Adipurush. The company faced a difficult task in finding an actor to equal Prabhas, and they succeeded admirably by hiring Saif Ali Khan. The star actor adds to the ferocity of the picture with his outstanding portrayal as Lankesh, aka Ravanasura. Saif Ali Khan nails it and earns brownie points in the process.

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The Sita persona is undoubtedly difficult for someone like Kriti Sanon, who has largely portrayed gorgeous parts throughout her career, but wow, she is wonderful as Janaki, aka Sita. Kriti’s stunning appearance and mature acting give dimension to the proceedings. Lord Hanuman was brought to life by Marathi actor Devdatte Nage. Sunny Singh, Vatsal Sheth, and Sonal Chauhan all make the grade.

Om Raut’s expertise is in highlighting the drama, and he handled the first half really well. The struggle between Jatayu and Ravana, Hanuman’s first meeting with Rama, the combat between Sugriva and Vaali, and Hanuman lighting Lanka on fire are all well-executed events in the first hour. These elements are well-known to the audience, but the manner in which Om Raut has portrayed them is intriguing. The songs by the Ajay-Atul team are fantastic, to say the least, and the background score has enhanced the film in many ways.

Minus Points:

While the first half was quite entertaining, the second half fell short of maintaining the enthusiasm. It begins with a sour tone since the events shown appear monotonous. The final battle consumes the majority of the screen time, making it an exhausting watch after a while. To improve things, the editing crew should have cut the duration by 10 minutes.

Unfortunately, all of the VFX worries were realized. The teaser attracted much criticism, so the crew rebuilt the VFX work for an extended period of time. However, the ultimate outcome is poor in this regard. The visual effects are subpar for a film with a budget of 500 crores.

Another disadvantage of Adipurush is that it is largely shot in Hindi. Most of the time, we observe characters mouthing Hindi phrases, which is a significant letdown given that the creators said it was a Telugu-Hindi bilingual. Because of this issue, the impact slowed at times. Many people may dislike Ravanasura’s appearance and the way the Lanka planet has been built. The filmmakers exercised considerable artistic license, and certain moments appear overdone.

Technical Aspects:

The song was written by the Ajay-Atul duet. The songs Shivoham and Jai Shree Ram stand out and are likely to give you goosebumps. Sanchit and Ankit Balhara’s background score is excellent.

Nachiket Barve’s outfits give the film a contemporary feel. Priya Suhass and Nishanth Jogdand’s production design may elicit conflicting opinions because the Lanka world has been shown in a novel way. In a few scenes, the 3D effects are effective.

The filmmakers went all out and spent a lot of money on the film, yet the visual effects fall short. The cinematography of Karthik Palani is excellent. The film could use some significant trimming, particularly in the second half. The choreography of the action set pieces is mediocre and lacks intensity.

In terms of the film’s director, Om Raut, he performed a good job. The first half seemed to be handled well, but he should have taken more care in the second half. Om Raut focused on emotions in his first film, Tanhaji, while the emphasis here was on spectacular effects. Adipurush might have had a spectacular outing with a better second half.


Overall, Adipurush is a modernized Ramayana that gains greatly from the performances of Prabhas, Saif Ali Khan, and Devdatte Nage. The film features a strong first half and a weak second half. The background score and melodies come in useful and compensate for the poor VFX job. Despite the typical story, Om Raut manages to inject some enjoyable moments. The film’s box office chances will be determined by how well this revised rendition of the Indian epic is received by family audiences. Adipurush will be a good watch this weekend if you can overlook the slow-paced second half.

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