'Adipurush' Action Trailer: Prabhas' Lord Ram Takes Fight To Saif Ali Khan's Lankesh, VFX Looks Shoddy

'Adipurush' final trailer has been released, just a few days before its theatrical release.

Entertainment Desk
Written By: Entertainment Desk
Updated: June 07, 2023 | 10:53 IST
Saif Ali Khan and Prabhas
'Adipurush' final trailer has been released, just a few days before its theatrical release.

The final trailer for 'Adipurush' has been released. For the unversed, the movie is a Hindi-Telugu bilingual epic based on Ramayana, and the movie stars Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, Sunny Singh and Saif Ali Khan in lead roles. The action trailer was released at a grand event in Tirupati and as per reports, one lakh fans attended the event. The opening sequence of the newly-released trailer showcases the kidnapping of Sitaa by Lankesh and it features some detailed CGI work.

However, when one looks closely at the VFX, you cannot help but notice the shoddy nature of it, and it needs to be seen whether VFX manages to stay consistent in entirety.

The other scenes often give cartoonish vibes that was seen in the first teaser which was released last year. It needs to be said that in the first trailer that released some days back, there was not a glimpse given into battle scenes, and now in the latest trailer, we were given glimpse into the battle scenes, and hence VFX has come under scrutiny.

Watch the trailer here:

'Adipurush' action trailer has already crossed 13 million views. The action trailer was released on Tuesday at 9 PM.

Before the final trailer launch, Prabhas and the entire team of 'Adipurush' had visited the Tirumala Temple in Tirupathi to seek blessings.

In the movie, Prabhas is playing Lord Ram, Kriti Sanon is essaying the role of Sita while Saif Ali Khan is portraying Raavan (Lankesh). 

Earlier, the makers of 'Adipurush' had officially confirmed that the new Hindi movie would be having its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on June 13.

The 'Adipurush' teaser came out last year, however, it did not meet expectations as the netizens slammed the makers for questionable VFX effects. 

‘Adipurush’ had earlier courted controversy, including boycott calls, when many objected to the depiction of Hindu deities and inferior quality of visual effects in the teaser of the film launched in October.

The magnum opus, slated to hit the theatres in IMAX and 3D, will release in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.

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