Fans of Prabhas had pinned high hopes on Om Raut’s Adipurush after the makers got brutally trolled following the teaser release. Finally, all speculations and anxiousness ended with the Adipurush trailer release on Tuesday. Movie buffs have hailed the makers for the major overhaul made in the movie.
Adipurush trailer (Hindi) of 3.10 min duration has been viewed over 2 million times in less than an hour and has been liked over 393K times. While comments appreciating the makers have flooded the comment box on YouTube, the trailer release has driven social media users crazy.
Presenting the timeless tale of the Indian epic of Ramayana, the screen opens with a breathtaking view of the Dandakaranya forest with meditating Lord Hanuman/Maruti narrating the journey of Raghav from being a normal human to becoming a God.
Unlike the teaser, the trailer has undergone a major overhaul impressing the fans waiting eagerly with high hopes. The trailer features good VFX giving a glimpse into the stellar visuals of the film, starring Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, Saif Ali Khan and Sunny Singh.
Starting from the costumes and VFX, the reworked trailer of Adipurush has impressed many.
With Prabhas in the titular role of Raghav and Kriti Sanon as Janaki with Saif and Sunny as Lankesh and Laxman respectively, the trailer seems to be highly promising. As it seems, the post-production team took some time to do some fixes and has managed to pull off a visually stellar trailer. And the makers valued the feedback, criticism, and remarks of movie lovers. The compositing and rendering seem far better with Kriti adding to the beauty factor.
Produced by T-Series, Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar, Om Raut, Prasad Sutar, and Rajesh Nair of Retrophiles, Pramod, and Vamsi of UV Creations, the film will have a multilingual theatrical release on June 16, 2023.
Meanwhile, several videos of the entire team of Adipurush from the trailer launch event have gone viral on social media. Among the videos, one video is being highly appreciated by fans in which Kriti opts to sit on the floor after not finding a seat in the front row.