Adipurush is the next pan-India film of the popular actor Prabhas who made his big-break and became popular across India after S.S. Rajamouli's film Baahubali. The film is set around the epic of Ramanyan and is mounted on a huge budget of over 500 crores. The film is shot with motion capture technology and has multiple VFX shots. The film also has Kriti Shanon playing the character of Janaki and is directed by Om Raut. Now, the makers of the film have revealed the second trailer of the film ahead of the release of the film on June 16.
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The trailer of Adipurush begins with a scene of Lankesh played by Saif Ali Khan abducting Janaki. It then shows scenes of Raghava played by Prabhas assembling an army to retrieve Sita from the clasp of Lankesh. The video then shows vast shots of animals and the character of Hanuman assembling to fight for Raghava. It also shows a glimpse scene of Bajrang meeting Janaki and asking her to come with him out of Lankesh but she rejects saying she only wants to enter the house again with Raghava. The trailer then shows huge war sequences. The video then ends with Raghava saying he is ready to use the powerful Brahmastra in him.
The trailer of Adipurush reveals some interesting glimpse from the epic film that creates an excitement to watch the film in theatres. The film is set to be released in five languages Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam and Kannada and is produced by T Series and Retrophiles. The film was initially criticised for its VFX that was of poor quality. Now, the new trailer shows the team have worked to improve the film to a vast extent. The trailer was released at a grand event in Tripati amid a star-studded cast and crew. The makers also announced they will leave a seat vacant in the theatres for Lord Hanuman where the film is being screened.