Adipurush – Review by Naveen

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Spiritual Saga

 Adipurush

– Review

‘Adipurush’ showcases the Yuddha Kanda in Ramayana. The movie begins with Lord Rama getting banished from his kingdom Ayodhya for 14 years at the decree of his father, Dasaratha.
It is Bharata’s mother and Dasaradha’s younger wife, Kaikeyi, who demands that Lord Rama be sent to the forest so that her son can be crowned.
Sita and Lakshmana, accompany Lord Rama in exile. One day, the demon king Ravanan abducts Sita by diverting Rama and Seshu with a magical deer.
Later, Rama meets Hanuman and the rest of the movie is about how Lord Rama won over Ravana and brought back Sita.
Director Om Raut has showcased the drama in a neat manner. Some of the sequences are well-executed.
Though the story of Ramayana is widely known, the way in which Om Raut has presented it is impressive.
While the first half is engaging, the same cannot be said about the second half.
Prabhas as Lord Rama amazes with his charisma, body language and dialogue delivery. The way he utters lengthy dialogues and his screen presence are indomitable.
Saif Ali Khan makes the film even more fierce with his incredible performance as Ravananan.
Kriti Sanon’s mature performance adds more depth to the proceedings.
Devdatte Nage has breathed life into the character of Hanuman. Sunny Singh, Vatsal Sheth, and Sonal Chauhan are okayish in their respective characters.
One of the major drawbacks of the movie is that the VFX has not lived up to the expectations. The Tamil dubbing could have also been better.
The background score by Sanchit Balhara and Ankit Balhara is magnificent. Songs by Ajay-Atul and Ankit Balhara are impressive. Camerawork by Karthik Paalni is good.

Rating: 4/5 

By Naveen

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