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Ramanand Sagar’s son reacts to Adipurush controversy, says he would have turned down project because of his ‘upbringing and culture’

Prem Sagar, son of film director Ramanand Sagar, has commented on the ongoing controversy surrounding Adipurush’s teaser. The film is based on the famous Ramayana adapted for television by Ramanand Sagar. The television adaptation remains the most popular cultural depiction of the mythological epic, and is considered a reference point for the appearance of many of the characters in it.

In an interview with The Times of India, Prem Sagar defended Adipurush’s director Om Raut’s right to interpret the material in his own way. “How can you stop someone from creating something?” he asked, adding, “Dharma changes over time,” adding, “Om Raut did what he felt was okay.” Refusing to take sides, he pointed out that the filmmakers did not call the film “Ramayan”. also said he wouldn’t do it because of his “upbringing and culture.”

Adipurush has drawn backlash from certain sections of society, claiming that the film based on the teaser does not accurately represent the Ramayana. Politicians have complained about the designs of certain deities, and the chief priest of Ayodhya’s Ram Temple has called for a ban on the film.

actor dipika chikuria When sunil laari, who both starred in the Ramayan series, also commented on the controversy. I said I should wait to see the movie before. He also said that if the film offends Hindu sensibilities, they will not tolerate it.

In response to the negative comments, Om Raut said indianexpress.com Although he was “disappointed” by the reaction to the teaser, he was “not surprised”. You can reduce it to some extent, but you can’t make it like a mobile phone. Criti Sanon as a sheeter Saif Ali Khan As Raavan, as Sunny Singh as Lakshman. The movie hits theaters on January 12th.



https://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/bollywood/ramanand-sagar-son-prem-sagar-reacts-to-adipurush-controversy-8197365/ Ramanand Sagar’s son reacts to Adipurush controversy, says he would have turned down project because of his ‘upbringing and culture’

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