Dipika Chikhlia On Adhipurush: Prabhas and Saif Ali Khan’s film Adipurush remains a part of the headlines these days. Recently the teaser of this film has been released. In this film, Saif Ali Khan is going to be seen in the role of Ravana. A glimpse of the look of all the characters has been shown in the teaser. Seeing Saif Ali Khan in the avatar of Ravana and VFX, people have become angry. The faith of people across the country is attached to Ramayana. In such a situation, seeing Ravana in a different avatar, people are not able to connect. Because of which trolling is being done. Many people are expressing their opinion on social media. In such a situation, Deepika Chikhaliya, who played the role of Sita in Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayana, has given her opinion about Saif’s look.
In a conversation with a news portal, Deepika Chikhaliya said – The character of the film should be appealing to the audience. If the character is from Sri Lanka then he should not look like a Mughal. I don’t understand much because in the teaser we haven’t been able to see him for more than 30 seconds but he looks different. I agree that times have changed and VFX is an important part but only as long as people’s sentiments are not hurt. This is just a teaser, speaking from now on will not do justice to the film.
Wouldn’t love to connect to Arvind Trivedi
Deepika further said- I will not like it if I connect him with Ravana Arvind Trivedi of Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayana, but I think every actor should have so much liberty to play his character.
Show it according to you.
Let us tell you that director Om Raut has also reacted to the criticism being received by the teaser. He said in a conversation with PTI- I am sad but I am not surprised because the film has been made for the big screen.
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