Writer Adipurush Manoj Muntashir has admitted, for the first time, that he was 100 percent wrong with the epic disaster based on Ramayana. The rise against the film started when the magnum-opus starring Prabhas as Lord Ram, Kriti Sanon as Devi Sita, and Saif Ali Khan as Lankesh dropped in theatres. People were surprised to see the loose treatment of Ramayana in the film. Writer Manoj Muntashir, who wrote the film’s dialogue, was positioned left, right and center above the film’s dialogue.
The movie had very strange dialogues where Lord Hanuman said sentences like ‘Jalegi Tere Baap Ki,’ ‘Teri Bua Ka Bageecha’ and more. At first, Muntashir defended the dialogue, asking him to simplify it to better understand laymen. However, later on, his position on the issue became problematic, and caused trouble.
Muntashir continued to claim that Adipurush was made for today’s generation since nothing was being done about our real superheroes for a long time, and he was worried that today’s kids would forget our superheroes like Ram, Hanuman, and Angad over Captain America and Hulk.
Not only that, Manoj Muntashir continued to glorify his mistakes again and again, four more times, before finally apologizing. Take a look at everything he said during the controversial stage before he bowed to the crowd.
The Intentional Receipt
Despite the growing controversy, Manoj Muntashir continued his statement about using simplified language for the film. He even said in an interview that the makers do not intend to remake Ramayana but to be inspired by the story. He even said in an interview to Aaj Tak, “We didn’t show complete Ramayana in Adipurush but a small battle story from Ramayana.”
The Brutal Breakup
Manoj Muntashir faced a brutal eruption when his remarks went viral. While Sunil Lahiri, who played Lakshman in Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayan, said, “If it is true, the film Adipurush was made keeping Ramayan in mind, then the use of that language (dialogue) is shameful,” Mukesh said. Khanna as the most shameful thing. today’s joke. He even asked Maharshi Valmiki to ignore him and even questioned the censor board’s approval for the film.
Check out Sunil Lahiri’s Instagram post:
Copy Dialogue & Additional Claims – Hanuman Bhagwaan Nahi Bhakt The!
The controversy continued to intensify after Manoj Muntashir refused to admit his mistakes. In fact, he kept glorifying them, making great claims. In an interview, he even explained the character of Lord Hanuman and revealed “Hanuman Bhagwaan Nahi Bhakt The.” The writer added, “Hanuman was a devotee, not a God. He could not have intellectual conversations like Lord Rama.”
Later, a video of a spiritual leader reciting the dialogues from Adipurush went viral. The video went viral as netizens also slammed Manoj for copying the dialogue. The video was shared by Instagram account we.luv.bollywood.
The ‘Fiery’ Rumor!
There were also rumors that Manoj Muntashir’s continuous interviews defending his conversations angered the producer of Adipurush, and T-series wanted him to stop it. While defending the language in the film, he rubbished all the reports and claimed that he was working with T-series on their next project together – Animal. There were also rumors that the writer decided to stay away from religion-based projects.
The Final Apology
Finally, Manoj Muntashir apologized for his ‘tapori’ flavored dialogues in Adipurush. In a lengthy note shared on social media, he admitted that he had unintentionally hurt the sentiments of those who worship Ramayana and swear by it. He also revealed that his own brother had said obscene things about him on social media.
Later, Manoj Muntashir, along with the team of Adipurush, revised the dialogues, which created a stir. A week later, the new dialogues were incorporated into the film.
For the unversed, Adipurush (Hindi) was collected only 147 crores at the Ticket Office and was tagged as a disaster.
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