Adipurush Movierulz: Along with Tollywood, Bollywood, Kollywood, and Mollywood audiences are eagerly waiting for the movie 'Adipurush'. A pan-Indian superstar like Prabhas is playing the role of Lord Rama, who is considered the idol of Indians, so it is natural that the expectations are high. But whenever the teaser came out, there were terrible trolls after seeing the cartoon-like VFX in it.
Unable to tolerate the negative comments, the makers have completely reworked the VFX of this film and left the promotional content. The trailer got a good response and the songs that were released after that also got a great response. While watching, this film went to a range where no one could meet the expectations. Today this movie was released grandly. And let's see if this film meets the expectations of fans and audience.
Adipurush Movie Story:
In his old age, Dasharatha Maharaja (Prabhas) is freed from the kingship and wants to crown his eldest son Raghav (Prabhas) as the king of Ayodhya City. But Dasharatha Maharaja's second wife Kaikeyi insists that her son Bharat should be crowned instead of Raghav. Not only that, along with Bharata's coronation, Raghav is also asked to be exiled for 14 years.
As per Dasaratha's order, Raghav is exiled along with his wife Janaki (Kriti Sanan) and Lakshmana. During the days of exile, Surpanakka chased Lakshmana. But Lakshmana did not like it, so Surpanakka attacked with his demonic army, and Sita was injured in this attack. Enraged by that, Lakshmana cuts the nose of Surpanakka.
When he goes and tells this to his elder brother Lankesh (Saif Ali Khan), Lankesh is enraged and comes in the form of a monk and abducts Janaki and takes him to Lanka, and imprisons him in the Ashoka forest. Then how did Rama defeat Ravanasura and bring back Sita..?, what kind of help Vanarasainyam did do that should be seen on the silver screen.
Adipurush Movie Analysis:
The visuals at the beginning of the movie are amazing. The animated Sri Maha Vishnu visuals especially while singing the title cards looked amazing. And Prabhas shot the introduction scene very well. The visuals are grander and wonderful. And in the song 'Ram Sita Ram' which came later, the scene of Ravanasura abducting Sita was very well done. The visual effects for all these scenes are very well done. But the VFX for the rest of the scenes felt very poor.
The whole first half is a good drama where we get emotionally connected, but the VFX, except for the above-mentioned scenes, the rest seems very bad. Everyone knows about Ramayana from young children to old age, they are making it again with the same story, graphics must be amazing, then the audience will move to theaters, that is what is missing in this movie.
But as the drama is ripe, it is likely to be liked by the family audience. And the second half is also a way to connect with the audience, but here also the visual effects make the audience dazzle. Especially for the way Ravanasura's ten heads were shown, there are no words to talk about... No director has shown Ravanasura so poorly till now. No one understood why Om Raut showed Ravana like that.
Not only that, I don't understand why Rama was called Raghav, Sita as Janaki, and Ravanasura as Lankesh in this movie. Prabhas's looks were not good, but he scored good marks in terms of acting. But his looks are very worst in the close-up shots, and the dubbing was not done properly. After watching this movie, Kriti Sanon played the role of Sita and Saif Ali Khan played the role of Ravana. It should be called ground music.
If we don't expect much on the VFX, this film will impress everyone in terms of shooting. We have to see what range it will go in terms of box office.
Rating: 2.75 /5