Manoj Muntashir claimed that the oversimplification of words was not an error and that a meticulous thought process went into writing the dialogues of Adipurush. According to Manoj, the dialogues were intended to be more relatable to today’s audience. “Inn dialogues mein kya hai aisa jo kamzor hai?” he questioned.
“NOT AN ERROR,” Writer Manoj Muntashir Defends Adipurush Dialogues After Heavy Backlash —
Ever since Adipurush hit cinemas, there has been a heavy backlash against the film from the public and critics. One of the major reasons for the backlash is the poor dialogue writing, which has religiously powerful characters like Hanuman speaking tapori dialogues.
One dialogue that has created a huge stir on the Internet goes like this: Hanumanji, aka Bajrang, says after his tail is lit up, “Kapda tere baap ka. Tell your father. Aag bhi tere baap ki. Toh jalegi bhi tere baap ki.”
Netizens and Sanatani are highly disappointed with such poor dialogue writing and are extremely angry at the makers and the writer of Adipurush. Manoj Muntashir, who has written these dialogues, gave an interview to Republic TV to defend his writing.
Manoj Muntashi claimed that the oversimplification of the words was not an error. He revealed that a completely meticulous thought process has gone into writing the dialogues of Adipurush. According to Manoj, the dialogues are meant to be more relatable to today’s audience. “Inn dialogues mein kya hai aisa jo kamzor hai?” he questioned.