Kriti Sanon On Essaying Role Of Janaki In Adipurush Prabhas Saif Ali Khan A Character That Very Rare Actors Get To Do

New Delhi: The makers of Prabhas and Kriti Sanon starrer ‘Adipurush’ released the final trailer of the film at a grand launch event in Tirupati on Tuesday. The event took place ahaed of the worlwide theatrical release of the much-awaited mythological drama on June 16, 2023.

Kriti Sanon, who essays the role of Janaki, was also present at the grand event. The actress, who made her Bollywood debut opposite Tiger Shroff in ‘Heropanti’, recently completed 9 years in Bollywood and there is no doubt in the fact that the actress has come a long way. 

Talking about her 9 year long journey as an actor, and coming back to the Telugu film industry after her debut with ‘Nenokkadine’, at a media event for Adipurush, Sanon says “It is so good to be here, thank you for this warm, warm welcome. After 9 years, I think these are your blessings and love that I am standing here in front of you after 9 years. With My very very precious film, Adipurush, and my most special character, Janaki, a character that very rare actors get to do in their whole career and I was able to do in just 9 years because of your prayers, blessings and love that I am here with you today. So thank you for all the love.”

She continued, “I feel we don’t choose movies, movies and characters choose us. So we are extremely blessed that a movie like Adipurush chose us to tell this story and Janaki chose me. I feel really blessed, this is not just a film it’s much more than that. And it’s your love and blessings that we need on 16th June in theatres Jai Siya Ram”

‘Adipurush’ is a mythological drama directed by Om Raut. Along with Prabhas and Kriti Sanon as Raghav and Janaki, the film also stars Saif Ali Khan as Lankesh and Sunny Singh as Lakshman.

Meanwhile, on the work front, the actress will be next seen in ‘Ganapath’, ‘The Crew’ and untitled next with Shahid Kapoor.

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