Kriti Sanon shares glimpse of her role in ‘Adipurush’, fans predict blockbuster success after watching audio teaser
The upcoming film Adipurush, featuring Prabhas and Kriti Sanon, has a release date set for June 16, 2023, and both the lead actors have been sharing new motion posters on social media. However, fans are getting tired of the posters and are eagerly waiting for the trailer to be released. Kriti Sanon shared another video of Adipurush, which features both her and Prabhas, and fans are excitedly reacting to it by chanting Jai Shri Ram. The video has garnered attention and has once again sparked enthusiasm for the film among fans.
Recently, Kriti Sanon shared an audio teaser video in which she can be seen portraying the role of Sita in Adipurush, whereas Prabhas is seen as Ram along with Dhanush. The audio features the chanting of the words “Ram Siya Ram” in the background. Along with the video, Kriti wrote a caption saying that the story of Siya Ram is very divine and noble, and also included the phrase “Jai Siya Ram” in various languages.
Upon watching the audio teaser, fans have begun to react. One fan commented that the movie seems like it will be a blockbuster, while another fan said “blockbuster loading”. A third fan expressed excitement for the upcoming film, while a fourth fan inquired about the release of the trailer. Additionally, many fans have written “Jai Shri Ram” with a heart emoji in the comments section.
Adipurush, featuring Prabhas, is considered the most expensive Indian film made so far, and its promotions are also anticipated to be on a grand scale. Prabhas plays the role of Ram, Kriti Sanon plays the role of Janaki, and Saif Ali Khan will be seen as Lankesh. The film is directed by Om Raut. The fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the trailer, which is expected to be out on May 8th.
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