Adipurush box office collection: Om Raut film cross ₹340 crores in day three worldwide

Even with facing much criticism, Adipurush has earned ₹300 crores all over the world. Adipurush, directed by Om Raut, has shocked the box office since its release. According to the survey, the movies have crossed ₹340 crores all over the world in just three days.

The film is released in many languages last week in Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Tamil. Actor Kriti Sanon shared a poster of the film on Instagram on Monday. She also shared the box office collection of the Adipurash cross 340 crore and she wrote," Jai Shri Ram (Hail Lord Ram) #Adipurash.

The star cast of the film is Prabhas in the lead role, Saif Ali Khan, Kriti Sanon and Sunny Singh in supporting roles. This film is based on the Hindu epic Ramayana Prabhas playing the role of Lord Rama and Saif Ali Khan plays the role of Ravana in this movie.

This film is produced under Bhushan Kumar of T-Series. This film faces many problems because of its dialogue. If we see the other side, this film also disappoints the critics and several people from around the world with the language and dialogues used in the film like, 'marega bete', bua ka bagicha hain kya' and jalegi tere baap ki' because they it’s not the good language for the movie Ramayana.

Another statement given by the T-series, the maker of the film was to reconsider the dialogue which is used in the film has been changed in the next few days. The team is committed to their words and also said nothing is important beyond the feeling of their audience and harmony.

On the other hand, Film's co-writer Manoj Muntashi has posted a tweet and said the film's team members decided to rethink some of the dialogues and change lines that will be added to the film by this week. Despite these challenges, Adipurush has managed to attract a large audience and generate significant revenue.

The success of Adipurush is proof of the popularity of epic stories and mythology in Indian cinema. Overall, the success of Adipurush is a positive sign for the Indian film industry, which has been struggling due to the pandemic. It shows that audiences are still eager to watch movies in theatres.