Actor Prabhas is gearing up for the release of Adipurush which is touted to be a highly-anticipated movie of this year. Amidst all the buzz, the star cast has been promoting the movie on every platform. Today, the makers are going to release a final trailer of Adipurush and a grand event will happen in Hyderabad. Ahead of the pre-release event, we got to see a sacred moment when Lord Ram aka Prabhas was seen visiting Tirumala temple.
A few pictures were seen surfacing on social media where he created a fan frenzy during his temple visit. For the outing, the Baahubali star was seen wearing a white kurta and pyjama. He was also seen wearing a red scared scarf around his neck.
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A sacred moment: Prabhas seeks blessings at Tirumala temple ahead of ‘Adipurush’ final trailer launch.
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Sometime back, Kriti Sanon was also seen at the airport to attend the pre-release event of Adipurush. She was seen wearing a beautiful blue Anarkali, looking absolutely stunning. Kriti will be essaying the role of Goddess Sita but she is named as Janki in the movie. On the other hand, Prabhas will be essaying the role of Lord Ram and he is named as Raghav in Adipurush.
Adipurush is based on the mythological story of Ramayana. From Raghav and Janki’s love story to Sita-haran, Om Raut tried to keep all the main events in the movie. Saif Ali Khan essays the role of Ravan but he is known as Lankesh in the movie.
Earlier, when the makers released the teaser of Adipurush, it received flak from the audience for its patchy VFX. However, they took time to rectify the VFX and pushed the release date ahead. Om Raut took people’s feedback took seriously and worked on it intensively.
Directed by Om Raut, Adipurush is all set to release on June 16.
Also read: Prabhas, Kriti Sanon beautifully showcase the love and yearning of Raghav-Janki in Adipurush song Ram Siya Ram