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Agra: Advocates protest ‘Adipurush’ film, files complaint | Hindi Movie News

by Joe Bourn
There is a lot of protest about the filmAdipurush.’ On Friday, the lawyers at the Police Department in Nea opposed the film Agra and a complaint was made.
The lawyers said that “The film has hurt our religious sentiments and a complaint has been filed in this regard. on the other hand, the second complainant Nitin Verma says thisOm Rautdirector of the movie Adipurush and dialogue writer Manoj Muntashir Shukla they have made a wrong illustration about the Ramayana. We have filed a complaint about it.”
They further said, “We request that a case be registered against him for playing with religious sentiments and tampering with religious texts and legal action should be taken. It is a request to the Uttar Pradesh government, in view of the wrong portrayal of Ram ji, it should be stopped immediately in state”.
Directed by Om Raut, ‘Adipurush’, which is an adaptation of the epic Ramayana, has been critically acclaimed after its release.

From reviewers to reviewers, many expressed doubts about certain dialogues in the film. Among the dialogues over which the makers have drawn flak are Marega bete, ‘Bua ka bagicha hain kya’ and ‘Jalegi tere baap ki’.
Protagonists of the film Prabas as Lord Ram, Kriti as Goddess Sita, Sunny Singh as Laxman, and Saif Ali Khan as Ravana, the mythical water-headed demon king in the epic.
On the losses suffered by cinema owners as the film failed to live up to its pre-release hype and was embroiled in controversies, he said, “Audiences rejected this film. Yesterday, two of our shows were canceled and today, the our matinee shows had to be canceled due to bad word of mouth and response. This movie will be pulled from theaters very soon and we didn’t think it would come to this. Not just ours, the owners of all the theaters where the movie was that were released suffered losses.”
On the makers tweaking the dialogues in question in the face of criticism, Desai told ANI, “They have made some changes in the dialogues, but it is too late. Changing dialogues in a film after release makes no sense.”
Earlier, the mayor of Nepal’s capital Kathmandu, Balendra Shah, had imposed a ban on Indian films after the ‘Adipurush’ dialogue sequence. Less than an hour after the Kathmandu mayor’s decision, Pokhara mayor Dhanraj Acharya also sent letters to three cinema halls in the city to stop showing all Indian films. On the orders of the mayors of both these cities, the theater owners removed the film.

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