Here's what Kriti Sanon has to say on Adipurush VFX backlash
The film's release has been pushed to June next year to improve the visual experience
Actor Kriti Sanon recently addressed the criticism surrounding the poor VFX of her upcoming film Adipurush. A retelling of the Ramayana, the film's release has been pushed to June next year, "in order to give a complete visual experience to the viewers," the makers had earlier stated.
At a promotional event for her forthcoming release Bhediya in Indore, Kriti spoke about the delayed release of Adipurush and the VFX backlash.
"As Om Raut, our director, has mentioned in the note that was brought out, it is a film that we all are extremely proud of," Kriti was quoted as saying by HT. "It is a film which is of grand canvas; it is a part of our history and is extremely important. It needs to be put out in the right way and in the best possible way because that’s what he (Om Raut) also had envisioned.”
Kriti, who plays Janaki, modeled on Sita, in Adipurush, and appears only for seconds in the teaser, added, "So a one minute 35 second teaser came out. There is a lot more to the film that Om needs to work upon, and needs time. We all want to give it the best shot because this is an opportunity to get our history, to get our religion globally out there. It is a story that we all are proud of, so it needs to be done in the best possible way. And I think he is going to give it all the talent that it needs, and all the effort it needs because the heart and the soul are in the right place.”
As of now, Adipurush is scheduled to release on June 16, 2023.