Adipursh's promotional campaign will begin on Ram Navami, as far as we know
Adipurush, starring Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, and Saif Ali Khan, was already facing a significant reaction when the trailer was released in October of last year. The film received mockery for its subpar VFX, visual effects, and Ravana's depiction. When the movie's release date drew closer, fans were antsy and continued inquiring about the latest information. They also criticised filmmaker Om Raut for delaying the launch of any marketing initiatives. According to sources, the movie's publicity campaign will begin on Ram Navami.
According to rumours, the Adipurush team has chosen to launch promotional efforts on March 30. According to a source who spoke to Pinkvilla, "Adipurush honours the triumph of righteousness over evil. What better day to launch their advertising campaign than Ram Navami for their version of the Hindu classic Ramayana? The team is dedicated to introducing a brand-new asset on March 30, 2023, and development on it is now being headed by Prabhas.
The asset will coincide with the occasion of Lord Ram's birth, the insider said. In May, towards the movie's release date, the trailer will be made available.
Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, Saif Ali Khan, and Sunny Singh will play the roles of Laxman and Ravana, respectively, in the mythological drama directed by Om Raut. Prabhas will portray Lord Ram. The movie is based on the Ramayana, a Hindu epic that depicts the triumph of virtue over evil. The film was originally slated to debut in theatres in January, but owing to negative reception, the release date was pushed back to June 16.
In the meanwhile, Prabhas will appear in the movie Project K, which is being directed by Nag Ashwin and also stars Amitabh Bachchan and Deepika Padukone. Moreover, Prashant Neel's Salaar is in the works for him. On the other hand, Kriti Sanon, who was most recently seen in the Kartik Aaryan-starring film Shehzada, will next be seen reuniting with Tiger Shroff for her next movie Ganpath, which is set to open in theatres on October 20.