Adipurush Review & Ratings | Hit Or Flop?

Adipurush Review: Since Bahubali, Prabhas hasn’t enjoyed much success, with his most recent two films, Sahoo and Radhe Shyam, failing to engage moviegoers. His notoriety and craze did not decline despite the failure of his two pictures. As a result, “Adipurush” has been making headlines ever since it was first announced; Prabhas is undoubtedly one of the reasons for this, and the movie is also the most expensive ever made in Indian cinema. We’ll go into the detailed review now to determine whether the movie is worth seeing or not. The movie has been released internationally amid high anticipation.



The story of Adupurush takes place more than 7000 years ago, when Sita (Kriti Sanon) is abducted by the demon Ravana (Saif Ali Khan), and Raghav (Prabhas) embarks on a quest to get her back. He must face obstacles on his journey, and the movie must show how good prevails over evil.

Cast & Crew

Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, Saif Ali Khan, Sunny Singh, Devdatta Nage, Vatsal Sheth, Sonal Chauhan, and Trupti Toradmal all play prominent roles. The music was written by Ajay-Atul and Sachet Parampara, the film was produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishna Kumar, and Om Raut, and it was directed by OM Rout. Karthik Palani took the footage.

Movie NameAdipurush
DirectorOM Raut
Music DirectorAjay – Atul and Sachet Parampara
ProducerBhushan Kumar, Krishna Kumar, and Om Raut
GenreMythological Drama
CastPrabhas, Kriti Sanon, Saif Ali Khan, Sunny Singh, Devdatta Nage, Vatsal Sheth, Sonal Chauhan, and Trupti Toradmal
Cinematography Karthik Palani


Adipurush’s creators claim that the movie is “based” on the Ramayana; yet, Om Raut doesn’t try to offer anything new; instead, he brings a linguistic interpretation to the big screen. Nonetheless, there are exciting and perplexing scenarios in the movie that will keep us glued to our chairs the entire time. There are some jaw-dropping scenarios in both portions of the movie that will have you on the edge of your seat as the suspense in the proceedings ebbs and flows.

No of how good the movie is, a larger audience will surely see it since it is a Ramayana. Despite the slow-moving plot, we may still experience the Ramayan despite any flaws we find in the movie. The movie has drawn criticism for its lacklustre visual effects; nevertheless, there are also some excellent action scenes that the VFX team expertly created. Adipurush is still a must-see for the cinematic experience despite its flaws.

When it comes to acting, Prabhas‘ portrayal of Raghava stands out; he excels in both important situations and action sequences. Sunny Singh as Laxman is ok, and the other performers gave it their all. Kriti Sanon as Sita is good because she had the most screen time and utilised it well.

OM Rout gets praise for telling the audience this story; he was successful in holding their attention, but he didn’t demonstrate anything novel. Adipurush is a theatrical experience film, but if the story had been more compelling, the movie may have stood out from the crowd. Instead, he merely retold the well-known tale.

Adipurush is technically competent, Karthik Palani is one of the movie’s key highlights, and Ajay-background Atul’s score elevated the production to a new level.

Adipurush is still a must-see movie for a cinematic experience despite its flaws.

Plus Points:

  • Performances
  • Action
  • Cinematography
  • Background Music

Minus Points:

  • Predictable Narration

Rating: 2.75/5

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