Has the release of Adipurush been delayed by the producers? Lately, social media has been buzzing with rumors that the mythological action film starring Prabhas and Kriti Sanon, whose teaser was released on October 2 in Ayodhya, will miss its previously scheduled release date of January 12, 2023, and instead hit theaters at a later date. Fans of Prabhas, who have been eagerly anticipating the film’s release, will be disappointed if the rumor is true. In the film, Prabhas portrays Lord Ram. Adipurush is a contemporary retelling of the Ramayana.
Adipurush, starring Prabhas, withdraws from the Sankranthi 2023 race.
On the occasion of Sankranthi, on January 12, 2019, Adipurush was scheduled for release. Nevertheless, if reports are accurate, the theatrical release has been pushed back to the summer of 2023. The exact release date has not yet been confirmed, nor have the producers issued an official statement on the matter. Nevertheless, if social media buzz is any indication, the film starring Prabhas has been delayed, and an official statement will be issued by the producers as early as this week.
Sankranthi launch date delayed
Sankranthi has always been a favorite of producers, and next year an abundance of major releases will debut in theaters on the holiday. Recently, the makers of the upcoming action film starring Vijay confirmed that the film will be released on Sankranthi by releasing a new poster.
Chiranjeevi and RaviTeja’s untitled film Mega 154 and Nandamuri Balakrishna’s Veera Simha Reddy will also premiere on Sankranthi 2023.
Adipurush preview response
Initially, when the Adipurush teaser was released, many fans were dissatisfied with the film’s visual effects and compared it to a “animation film.” The film’s director, Om Raut, also responded to the ridicule the film’s first footage received. In addition, the attire and appearance of Hindu deities as depicted in the teaser received criticism. Om stated that he is “disappointed” with the response to the Adipurush teaser. You can cut it down to some extent, but you can’t bring it down to a mobile phone; that’s an environment I have no control over,” he said.