From critics to reviewers, several people from across the country have expressed disappointment over the film’s certain dialogues
MUMBAI: Amid the massive backlash against Adiploush star Kriti Sanon, the actor’s mother Geeta Sanon posted a cryptic post expressing support for the film.
Zita said in an Instagram note that she talks about understanding people’s feelings instead of paying attention to their flaws.
She explained this meaning and wrote: “Iska arus hai ki aci soch aul drishti se deho to srishti sundar hin dikai degi. Bhagwan Ram taught us to see our love and people’s imperfections in the heart of Chablis. It is necessary to understand. Jai Sri Ram (If you have a positive attitude, the whole world will look beautiful.
God Ram Himself taught us to find love in the ‘bel’ of Chablis and not to care that Chablis lied.
Instead of focusing on the person’s flaws, focus on their feelings. Jai Sri Ram)”
The post received mixed reactions.
“Ekdum Sahi,” commented Kriti’s sister Nupur.
“Exactly,” commented one social media user.
However, several social media users called Kriti’s mother.
“You should not blindly support this anti-Hindu film. Instead of encouraging her daughter to participate in anti-Hindu activities, she should be taught Hindu values,” wrote on Instagram. One user wrote:
Om Raut’s Adipursh, a dramatic retelling of the Ramayana, has been a constant source of attention ever since the film’s release.
Several people from all over the country, from critic to critic, have expressed disappointment with certain dialogues within the film. Among them are
Malega Bete'',Bua Ka Bagicha Hain Kya” and “Jalegi Tele Baap Ki”.
In response to this criticism, the creators of “Adipurush” have revised the dialogue. It stars Prabhas as Lord Ram, Kriti as Goddess Sita, Sunny Singh as Laksman and Saif Ali Khan as Ravan.
Amid the uproar, Nepal’s capital Kathmandu mayor Balendra Shah has forced a ban on Indian films following controversy over the ‘Adipurush’ dialogue. Less than an hour after the KMC mayor’s decision, Pokhara mayor Dhanraj Acharya also sent a letter to the three cinemas to stop showing all Indian films from Monday morning. Both major cities are open by order of the mayor, and both cities have removed the screening of Indian films from their programs, showing Hollywood and Nepali films instead.