Team 'Adipurush' paid a special tribute to one of the most respected lady in Indian history on the auspicious day of 'Sita Navami' today. She was an embodiment of commitment, sacrifice, bravery, and purity. Along with the audio teaser of the sultry 'Ram Siya Ram,' the creators of Janaki, which stars Kriti Sanon, presented a beautiful motion poster.
As Raghav's consort, Kriti Sanon's Janaki stands for holiness, divinity, and bravery. The catchy music of 'Ram Siya Ram' will undoubtedly transport the audience to a world of spirituality and devotion as it brilliantly captures the essence of Janaki's unwavering commitment to Raghav.
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Watch Out For The Motion Poster Here:-
Their rendition of the 'Ram Siya Ram' song is sung and composed by Sachet-Parampara. In the new posters, Kriti portrays Sita in an ethereal way. The poster has been released in two different formats. One image features Sanon in close-up, while the other is a far shot. Kriti Sanon will play Sita in the movie, and Prabhas will play Ram. In the movie, Saif Ali Khan plays Raavan. In the masterpiece, Sunny Singh plays a crucial part as well. The movie Adipurush will premiere on 16 June 2023. It will be available in 3D and IMAX formats.
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Take A Look At The Kriti Sanon’s Janaki Pictures Here:-
Divine beauty Janaki portrayed by Kriti Sanon
Far Shot From Motion Poster Of Actress
The production team disclosed that the movie will have its world premiere in New York on 13 June 2023 at the Tribeca Festival, which runs from June 7 to 18 June 2023. This was done in advance of the movie's release in India. Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal, and Craig Hatkoff established the Tribeca Festival in 2001, which is now hosted by OKX and brings together artists and varied audiences to celebrate storytelling in all of its forms.
The movie cost Rs 500 crore to create and was made by T-Series Films and Retrophiles. The Hindu epic 'Ramayan' is the inspiration for 'Adipurush.'