Adipurush: The Mythological Play Starring Prabhas and Kriti Sanon Will Have Exorbitantly Priced Tickets For Seats Near The "Reserved Hanuman Ji Seat" Here Is The Reality
Fans anxiously anticipate Om Raut's mythical drama Adipurush, which has been in the news since 2020. According to the most recent source, a seat next to Hanuman would be pricey because advance reservations for the movie are currently available around the country. The truth is down below, so scroll.
On June 16, the mythological drama, starring Prabhas, Kriti Sanon, Saif Ali Khan, and Devdatta Nage as Rama, Sita, Ravana, and Hanuman, will be released. At the big pre-release event held in Tirupati last week on Tuesday, the crew unveiled the action trailer for the movie.
The producers announced that each theatre showing Adipurush would reserve one seat for Lord Hanuman at the trailer releasing ceremony. There was a statement that said, "Lord Hanuman appears whenever the Ramayana is sung," on the official social media accounts. We firmly believe it. Adipurush, the Rama-starrer starring Prabhas, will have one seat reserved in each theatre that will not be sold for Lord Hanuman in observance of this belief. Hear the tale of how the greatest Rama devotee was honoured. We began this fantastic project in an unorthodox manner. We must all witness the Adipurush being constructed in the sight of Lord Hanuman with enormous grandeur and majesty.
Then, it was said, tickets for the locations close to the "Lord Hanuman seat" would be prohibitively pricey. These rumours were addressed on Sunday by the production business T-Series via their Twitter account. "#FraudAlert," they tweeted. About the cost of tickets for #Adipurush, there are false stories making the rounds in the media. We want to make it clear that there won't be any price differential for seats close to the Hanuman Ji reservation! Avoid believing bogus information! I salute Shri Ram.
Om Raut's epic play, which he also wrote and directed, will be made available in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada on June 16. The movie was made by Retrophiles and T-Series, two of the production firms owned by Rajesh Nair, Bhushan Kumar, Om Raut, and Prasad Sutar.