Adipurush co-writer Manoj Muntashir stirs up fresh controversy with his new statement

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Published by News Desk on 21 Jun 2023

Prabhas and Kriti Sanon starrer Adipurush hit the theatres on Friday and has landed into controversies. The movie was trolled by the audience, critics, actors, and filmmakers have slammed the team for the such cringe, poor character design, dialogues, and visual effects. Amid all the trolling, writer Manoj Muntashir has stirred up fresh controversy with his new statement.

The audience has been complaining about the dialogues written for the character of Lord Hanuman and Ravana. The former’s dialogue are compared to ‘tapori language’. The movie was released with humongous hype and is now ruling the headlines with its controversies. Amidst all this, Manoj has claimed that ‘Hanuman Bhagwan nahi bhakt the’ and this has left the people furious. Once again, the writer has become target of netizen’s wrath.

In a recent interview with Aaj Tak, the writer said, “Bajrangbali bhagwan nahi, bhakt hai. Humne unko bhagwan banaya hai.” Defending his dialogues in the movie, Manoj added that Lord Hanuman did not communicate the way Lord Ram used to do. He was quoted saying, “Bajrangbali darshanic bate nahi karte hai.” He seems to be justifying his “tere baap ki..” dialogue in the film.

Reacting to his statement, one of the user commented, “the very first thing he should do is stop giving interviews.”

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