It appears that Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, and the team’s Adipurush poster haven’t impressed South Indian actress Kasthuri.
Adipurush, starring Prabhas and Kriti Sanon, has received a lot of pre-release excitement, but not always for the best reasons. In the past, the movie faced harsh criticism for its subpar VFX. In order to match the audience’s expectations, Om Raut and the team made numerous adjustments to the trailer. Actress Dipika Chikhlia recently expressed her dissatisfaction with the cast of the Ramayana, and South actress Kasthuri Shankar is the newest addition.
Dipika Chikhlia recently attacked Kriti Sanon for being seen kissing and cuddling filmmaker Om Raut inside a temple. She asserted that performers today do not immerse themselves in their roles and leave as soon as the movie is over. Even further, the on-screen Sita on television said that actresses today “don’t care” when the job is finished.
The mustache on Prabhas, who plays Lord Ram in the Adipurush poster, has now drawn criticism from South actress Kasthuri Shankar on Twitter. Is there EVEN ONE tradition in which Lord Ramji and Laxman are shown with mustaches and facial hair? Why is this strange turn of events? Legendary actors have depicted Sri Rama to excellence, particularly in Prabhas’s Telugu home. Prabhas reminds me more of Karna than Rama. #Adipurush”
Many of Prabha’s supporters defended the Adipurush squad in the comments section. A fan said, “But the movie is garnering reasonable applause all over.”
You must be a time traveler, you know of a movie that hasn’t been released, Kasthuri Shankar retorted.
Another person replied, “As members of the Hindu religion, we are allowed to worship God in whatever way. I trust you learned the solution.
“Avatars are an exception to this. Kasthuri said, “Avatars have a historical shape and recognized portrayals.