Director Om Raut’s film, which was released on June 16, has been embroiled in controversies. The film “Adipurush,” starring Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, and Saif Ali Khan, had high expectations from the audience. However, soon after its release, fans’ expectations were shattered, and the film became mired in controversies. A petition was filed in the High Court regarding the dialogues and presentation of the film. The hearing of the petition took place in the Lucknow branch of the Honorable High Court. Justices Rajesh Singh Chauhan and Shriprakash Singh of the division bench of the High Court heard Adipurush’s petition.
Adipurush makers face criticism
Furthermore, the makers of Adipurush faced severe criticism for the weak dialogues and screenplay. According to a report by Aajtak, Kuldeep Tiwari filed a petition regarding Adipurush. Senior advocate Ranjana Agnihotri, representing Tiwari, informed the court about objectionable facts in the film and raised opposition. During the hearing, the High Court reprimanded the makers of Adipurush, stating, “Respect the sacred scriptures like Ramayana, Quran, Gita, and Guru Granth Sahib, but you are free to do whatever else you are doing.”
Responsibilities reminded to the censor board
In addition, the High Court also criticized the censor board, saying, “What is the censor board doing regarding all these matters? Cinema is a mirror of society. What do you want to teach the coming generations? Is the censor board shying away from its responsibilities?” It should be noted that Director Om Raut’s film Adipurush was released on June 16.
This film, made with a budget of 500 crore rupees, had high expectations from the audience. However, since its release, the film has been surrounded by controversies. Fans accused the film of presenting dialogues and characters in an incorrect manner. There has also been a lot of uproar on social media regarding the film. The makers have changed the dialogues related to Lord Hanuman, but even after that, the audience is not satisfied. The matter reached the High Court, and a hearing is scheduled for June 27 regarding this case.