New Delhi – Manoj Muntashir, the writer of the dialogues for the recently released movie Adipurush, has apologized for using “cringeworthy” and “pedestrian” language in the film. In a post on Twitter, Muntashir said that he accepted that the dialogues had hurt people’s emotions and that he extended his “unconditional apologies”. He also said that he hoped that Lord Hanuman would forgive him for his mistakes.
Manoj Muntashir, the dialogue writer of the movie Adipurush, recently shared a post on Twitter where he apologized to the audience for the dialogues he had written. He expressed his understanding that people’s feelings were hurt by the movie and sincerely apologized with folded hands.
In his note, he mentioned, “I extend my unconditional apologies with folded hands. May Prabhu Bajrang Bali keep us united and grant us strength to serve our sacred Sanatan and our great nation”. The dialogues in the film received severe criticism on social media for being inappropriate, particularly some lines spoken by Devdatta Nage, who portrayed the character of Bajrang in the movie.
Manoj also expressed his desire to improve in the future and “serve our great nation.” Manoj is highly respected as a lyricist, poet, dialogue writer, and screenwriter. It has been reported that he has also written the dialogues for Kangana Ranaut’s upcoming film Sita.
In addition to the dialogues, the audience also expressed disappointment with certain scenes and poor visual effects (VFX) of the Adipurush film, and they didn’t shy away from expressing their views on social media.
Adipurush tells the story of the epic battle between Lord Ram and the ambitious King of Lanka, Raavan, as Ram strives to rescue his wife Sita from his clutches. The movie stars Prabhas as Raghav (Lord Ram), Kriti Sanon as Janaki (Sita), Saif Ali Khan as Lankeshwar (Raavan), Sunny Singh as Laxmanan (Lord Ram’s brother), along with Siddharth Karnick, Vatsal Sheth, and others in important roles.