Manoj Muntashir apologized on the controversy of ‘Adipurush’, social media users still trolled

Manoj Muntashir apologized on the controversy of 'Adipurush', social media users still trolled

Manoj Muntashir: Bollywood’s biggest film Adipurush was released on 16th June. The story of this film was made on the basis of the Sanskrit epic Ramayana. This movie was also heavily promoted before the release of this movie, but after the release of the movie, it could not leave its mark on the hearts of the audience and proved to be a complete flop.

In this film, South industry superstar Prabhas played the role of Raghav, Kriti Sanon played the role of Mata Janaki and Saif Ali Khan played the role of Lankesh. The film became a part of controversies soon after its release due to poor VFX and poor portrayal of dialogues and characters.

Manoj Muntashir tweeted on social media and wrote, “I accept that public sentiments have been hurt by the film Adipurush. With folded hands, I apologize unconditionally to all my brothers and sisters, elders, revered sages and devotees of Shri Ram. May Lord Bajrang Bali bless us all, give us the strength to remain one and unbreakable and serve our holy eternal and great country! ,

In such a situation, when Manoj Muntashir Shukla tweeted on social media and apologized on the controversy of Adipurush, then social media users are trolling him very badly. A user tweeted about him and wrote, “It’s too late. When the film flopped, the theaters started getting off the screens, when there was nothing left to lose, when the anger of the public cooled down on its own, then you are apologizing. This work should have been done within a few days of the film’s release, but then you were busy counting the collections and rubbing salt in the wound by defending the film. Now the film’s earnings have stopped completely, so they are apologizing. Well, better late than never.

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