Adipurush: Epic Film to Release in 5 Languages in India, International Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
Adipurush, the highly anticipated film, is all set to captivate audiences in India with its release in five different languages, namely Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam. The much-awaited cinematic masterpiece is scheduled to hit theater screens on June 16, offering a remarkable visual experience to movie enthusiasts.
In an exciting development, Adipurush will also have its prestigious international premiere at the esteemed Tribeca Film Festival in New York on June 13, 2023. This prestigious showcase at the renowned festival is a testament to the film’s global appeal and the recognition it has garnered on an international platform.
With its grand release across India and its prestigious international premiere, Adipurush is poised to take the audience on an extraordinary cinematic journey, bringing the epic tale of Lord Rama to life with exceptional storytelling, powerful performances, and mesmerizing visuals.
Bhushan Kumar, the producer from T-Series, expressed his gratitude and said, “Jai Shri Ram. Om Raut has fulfilled my father Gulshan Kumar’s dream of bringing the epic tale of Lord Rama to the silver screen. I am indebted to Prabhas for his exceptional visual portrayal in the film, which is grand and magnificent. I am accompanied by my mother today, without whom this endeavor would have been impossible. She has been a blessing in my life. Once again, I extend my heartfelt thanks to Om. Today, I am overwhelmed with emotions, and words fall short to describe the significance of Adipurush. It is not just a film; it is an emotion for us.”
The highly anticipated magnum opus, Adipurush, directed by Om Raut, is scheduled to release in theaters on June 16 in 3D format. Ahead of its theatrical release, the makers unveiled the final trailer on Tuesday, which has garnered overall positive feedback. The new trailer impresses viewers compared to the previously rejected teaser, which received criticism for its subpar VFX and animation. The film features Prabhas in the role of Raghava, Kriti Sanon as Janaki, Sunny Singh as Lakshmana, and Saif Ali Khan as Lankesh.