THE makers of Prabhas’ Adipurush have revised several dialogues from the film after facing severe backlash. The news comes days after writer Manoj Muntashir shared an official statement about reworking some lines from the film.
On Wednesday, several social media pages shared a clip of one of the revised dialogues from Adipurush. Netizens were furious with Lord Hanuman’s dialogue “Kapda tere baap ka, toh jalegi bhi tere baap ki.” The makers have now changed it to: “Kapda teri Lanka ka, toh jalegi bhi teri Lanka.” Watch:
Other dialogues from the movie that have been revised include “Tu andar kaise ghusa, tu janta bhi hai kaun hoon main” to “Tum andar kaise ghuse..tum jaante bhi ho kaun hoon main”; “Jo hamari beheno, unki Lanka laga denge” to “Jo hamari beheno, unki Lanka mein aag laga denge” and “Mere ek sapole ne tumhare iss sheshnaag ko lamba kar dia, bhara pada hai” to “Mere ek sapole ne tumhare iss sheshnaag ko samapt kar dia, bhara pada hai.”
On Sunday, Manoj Muntashir shared a long note via his Twitter account, where he wrote about the critical response received by the dialogues of Adipurush. “The first lesson one can learn from Ramkatha is to respect every emotion. Right or wrong, time changes, feeling remains. I wrote dialogues of more than 4000 lines in Adipurush, some sentiments got hurt on 5 lines. In those hundreds of lines, where Shri Ram was glorified, Maa Sita’s chastity was described, praise was also to be received for her, which I don’t know why I did not get,” the writer wrote in his tweet.
He further added, “My own brothers wrote indecent words for me on social media. The same my own, for whose respected mothers I read poems many times on TV, addressed my own mother with indecent words. I kept thinking, there can be differences, but where did my brothers suddenly get so bitter that they forgot to see Shri Ram who considered every mother as his mother. Sitting at the feet of Shabri, as if sitting at the feet of Kaushalya.”
The writer wrote about Adipurush being a film for ‘Sanatan Seva’ and wrote, “I have no complaint with you, you were, are and will be my own. If we stand against each other, Sanatan will lose. We have created Adipurush for Sanatan Seva, which you are seeing in large numbers and I am sure you will see in future as well. Why this post? Because for me there is nothing greater than your feeling. I can give countless arguments in favor of my dialogues, but this will not reduce your pain.”
Announcing the decision of revising the dialogues, Manoj added, “Me and the producer-director of the film have decided that some of the dialogues which are hurting you, We’ll revise them, and they’ll be added to the film this week. May Shri Ram bless you all! #Adipurush #JaiShreeRam.”
Adipurush stars Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, Sunny Singh, Saif Ali Khan and Devdatta Nage in the lead roles and is directed by Om Raut.
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