Teaser versus Trolling: ‘‘Adipurush’s VFX are bad whereas Saif looks like Khilji’’

the fate of the flics seems decided now following the releas of the teaser

With its release, the ‘Adipurush’ teaser has is now witnessing a series of trolling on social media making a mockery.

The netizens don’t appear glad after watching the Prabhas Starrer’s teaser and their reactions are negative. In the net parlance, the trolling is fetching more attention from people than the teaser itself.

Trolls call it a flick with ‘Bad’ VFX whereas they are also making jokes of Saif Ali Khan about his looks in ‘Adipurush’- ‘He looks more like Khilji than a Ravana’. Om Raut’s directorial debut with ‘Adipurush’ looks a little scary to him after it was officially unveiled at a mega event in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh.

‘Adipurush’ Teaser Launch has not received good updates as was expected by the makers. Netizens look disillusioned by the ‘cartoon-ish’ VFX of the upcoming movie.

‘Adipurush’ is going to be released next year in January but now the negative publicity is keeping it lime light three months prior to its release.  Overtly its first introduction has not succeeded impressing people.

Telugu superstar Prabhas’ most-awaited film Adipurush has finally come out with its first look through the teaser. Though it is not all negative coming from the people on social media, some of them are seen coming up appreciating it.

Out of the received mixed reactions on social media, a section of netizens find the internet dubbing the film VFX as too “cartoon-ish” and “disappointing” at the same time.

In accordance with the makers of Adipurush, the Hindu epic Ramayan is in the center of its script where Prabhas playing Ram and Saif Ali Khan playing the anti-lead role Ravan. While in the movie Sunny Singh plays Lakshman, Kirti Sanon is also seen in the film playing Sita.

As such the trolls are not being considered an obstacle against the success of the movie next year since the story of the movie is based on Hindu religion which certainly will touch the hearts of the people.