Manoj Muntashir apologises for hurting people’s emotions with ‘Adipurush’
The Prabhas-starrer mythological epic film, directed by Om Raut, was criticised heavily for its pedestrian language upon its release last month.
Manoj Muntashir Shukla (Photo by SUJIT JAISWAL/AFP via Getty Images)
Adipurush dialogue writer Manoj Muntashir Shukla extended his “unconditional apology” for hurting people’s emotions.
The Prabhas-starrer mythological epic film, directed by Om Raut, was criticised heavily for its pedestrian language upon its release last month. The film’s team, including Shukla, announced days later that they have decided to “revise some of the dialogues”.
On Saturday, the dialogue writer said he accepts that Adipurush has hurt people’s sentiments.
“I accept that people’s emotions have been hurt by Adipurush. With folded hands, I extend my unconditional apology,” Shukla, who has penned the Hindi dialogues and songs of the retelling of the Ramayana, wrote on Twitter.
“May Prabhu Bajrang Bali keep us united and grant us strength to serve our sacred Sanatan and our great nation. #Adipurush” he added.
Adipurush, which was released across the country in Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Tamil in June, stars Prabhas as Raghav (Ram), Kriti Sanon as Janaki (Sita) and Saif Ali Khan as Lankesh (Raavan).
Produced by T-Series, the big-budget multilingual saga was panned on social media over its poor VFX and colloquial dialogues, with many political parties demanding a ban on the film’s screening.
In Nepal, the film was banned over its dialogue referring to Sita as India’s daughter.