Om Raut’s film ‘Adipurush’ hit the box office on 16th June 2023, with a star-studded cast including Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, and Saif Ali Khan. Despite a reported opening day collection of over 50 crores, the film has failed to receive a favorable response from the audience. Social media has now become a breeding ground for trolls targeting the film’s cast and their appearances.

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Netizens are questioning the film’s massive budget, estimated to be around 600 crores. The VFX alone accounted for 100 crores, while an additional 10 crores were allocated for promotions and miscellaneous expenses. Casting expenses ranged between 200 to 300 crores, with Prabhas allegedly charging a staggering fee of 150 crores for his role. Kriti Sanon’s fee amounted to 3 crores, while Saif Ali Khan received 12 crores, according to speculative reports.

Despite its impressive box office performance during its opening weekend, the film has faced severe criticism on social media platforms. Netizens have expressed their discontent with the portrayal of characters from the Ramayana epic in the film, specifically targeting the dialogues and Saif Ali Khan’s appearance as the antagonist, Lankesh. The film’s adaptation of the Ramayana story has drawn mixed reactions and sparked intense online debates.

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Indian fans themselves are hating and bashing their own film with the main question being of the 600 crore budget and where and how was it used because apparently, the utilization was not seen anywhere. The graphics and animation and everything are just extremely poor. Considering, the era of AI, the film could’ve done better if made on Midjourney. Here’s what the public has to say.

As the controversy continues to unfold, ‘Adipurush’ remains a topic of widespread discussion, with passionate opinions and divergent viewpoints shaping the discourse surrounding the film.

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