Amid nosediving field workplace assortment, Adipurush producers announce discounted ticket costs at ₹150

T-Collection, the manufacturing banner of Adipurush, on Wednesday introduced that audiences can now watch the film at a reduced value of 150 on Thursday and Friday. This comes after the field workplace assortment of Adipurush witnessed a drop on Monday and Tuesday. The movie has been going through criticism over its strains and VFX. (Additionally Learn | Watch: Here is what Adipurush workforce has modified Bajrang’s ‘kapda tere baap ka’ dialogue to)

Adipurush confronted criticism for its dialogues in addition to poor depiction of characters.

Adipurush tickets at 150

Taking to Instagram, T-Collection shared a poster of the movie. The phrases on it learn, “Special offer on 22nd and 23rd June. Experience the grandeur in 3D for just 150. Ab har Bharatiya dekhega Adipurush (Now every Indian will watch Adipurush). Families invited. With edited and changed dialogues.” It captioned the put up, “Experience the epic tale in 3D on the big screen at the most affordable price! Tickets starting at Rs150/-* Offer not valid in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.”

Adipurush strains modified

Lately, the movie’s workforce shared that the strains within the movie which harm sentiments of the individuals, might be modified. On Wednesday, a fan shared a video on Twitter during which the road by Bajrang (Lord Hanuman) was modified. Earlier, it mentioned “Kapda tere baap ka, tel tere baap ka, aag bhi tere baap ki, aur jalegi bhi tere baap ki.” After changes, the current line is, “Kapda teri Lanka ka, tel teri Lanka ka, aag bhi teri Lanka ki, aur jalegi bhi teri Lanka hi.”

More about Adipurush

Adipurush, an adaptation of the epic Ramayana, registered a bumper opening at the box office. The film released across the country in Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and Tamil on Friday last week. Adipurush stars Prabhas as Raghav (Ram), Kriti Sanon as Janaki (Sita) and Saif Ali Khan as Lankesh (Raavan).

Om Raut directed the film and Manoj Muntashir is the co-writer. He has been under fire for Lord Hanuman’s lines in the Lanka Dahan sequence, among others. On Sunday, he had announced that the team would “revise among the dialogues” and the amended lines will be added to the film by this week.

Adipurus box office collection

T-Series, the studio behind the movie which was mounted on a reported budget of 500 crore, on Wednesday tweeted that the film had earned 395 crore gross in five days. But a breakdown of these official numbers showed that Monday and Tuesday figures are significantly lower than what the film made on its opening weekend: 140 crore on day one, followed by 100 crore each on day two and three, as per news agency PTI. Adipurush earned 35 crore on Monday and 20 crore (gross figures) on Tuesday.

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