Actor Sunil Lahri, who performed Laxman in Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayana, on Wednesday, spoke up on the continuing controversy round Prabhas and Kriti Sanon starrer Adipurush.
Speaking completely to ANI, Sunil mentioned, “I’ve seen the movie. I’m very disillusioned after watching the movie… The thought that crossed my thoughts was, why did I am going to see the movie? I did not like the image in any respect. There are solely two issues that I can say I favored concerning the movie — background music and the cinematography. Barring these two features, the movie left me sorely disillusioned.”
“After seeing the image, I had no clue learn how to react to it. Setting myself apart, since I performed a personality in Ramayana, even the individuals who sat round me on the theatre weren’t comfortable watching the movie. Two ladies sat saying to one another, ‘Let’s rise up and take a stroll. What nonsense are we watching?’ To that, the opposite girl mentioned, ‘Let’s see the visible results if nothing else’. A person sitting subsequent to me informed his pal, ‘What are they displaying within the title of Ramayana?'” he added.
Sunil added, “This will not be even a contemporary movie. From which angle is it fashionable? By having characters sport tattoos, does a movie grow to be fashionable? Or is it the coiffure of at this time?”
He added, “From the characters to the execution, nothing concerning the movie made logic. I do not know for whom the movie was made. They made Hanuman-ji converse the language of the streets. Ravan is proven as beating iron. Is he a blacksmith?”
He additional mentioned, “I had lots of expectations from this movie. Since it was talked about a lot, I had hoped it might make for viewing expertise. When the media reached out to me, I mentioned I will not give an announcement until I’ve seen the movie. After seeing the movie, I simply did not know what to say.”
Directed by Om Raut, Adipurush stars Prabhas as Lord Ram, Kriti Sanon as Goddess Sita, Sunny Singh as Laxman and Saif Ali Khan as Ravan.
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