Monkey Attends Adipurush Screening at Telangana Theatre, Fans Have “Jai Shri Ram” Moment

Monkey Attends Adipurush Screening at Telangana Theatre, Fans Have “Jai Shri Ram” Moment

Our grandparents have told us the story of Ramayana many times and know the story by heart. In fact, we have seen many movies based on this story. The recent one was “Adipurush” which featured Prabhas as Lord Ram and Kriti Sanon as Goddess Sita. While watching the movie was a big deal, an unexpected guest came! Look at the monkey watching the show of “Adipurush” in a theater in Telangana.

A monkey was spotted watching “Adipurush” in Telangana!

The release of¬†“Adipurush”¬†was¬†done¬†with thousands of people watching the¬†movie.¬†However,¬†at¬†a¬†theater¬†in Telangana, an unexpected¬†visitor came to¬†the screening.¬†The¬†video¬†shows the¬†monkey watching the¬†show that¬†is¬†being broadcast¬†and¬†has captured¬†the attention of¬†the viewers!

The¬†monkey can be seen¬†climbing out of¬†the¬†operator’s room¬†window of the single-screen¬†theater¬†in a video¬†shared¬†on social media.¬†Also,¬†fans were shouting¬†“Jai¬†Shree¬†Ram”¬†when they saw the monkey. Some others¬†have¬†even started¬†releasing songs from¬†the¬†film,¬†Jai Shree¬†Ram.

The makers recently said that Lord Hanuman will have a seat in every room. In some places, the designated seat is decorated with an idol of Hanuman.

A video of a monkey entering a screen and watching a movie is going viral on Twitter.

Since the monkey is considered a symbol of Lord Hanuman, many people say that he blessed the film. Also, many Twitter users shared the video because it is a holy moment for some. The film is one of the biggest projects in the film industry. Adipurush director Om Raut said that he saw Prabhas as the lead in the script. He was convinced that he would be perfect for the role of Lord Ram. Also, it added commercial value to the film. According to the director, Prabhas is a perfect blend of anger and calmness.

Adipurush has been released and people are paying for tickets!

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