‘Baahubali’ actor Prabhas-starrer film ‘Adipurush’ is all set to have its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, which is set to be held in Manhattan from June 7 to June 18. The film will be showcased in 3D format as ‘Midnight Offering’ at the festival. The film, also starring Kriti Sanon and Saif Ali Khan depicts ‘The Ramayana’ and will release globally on June 16.
“Adipurush’ is not a film, it is an emotion, a sentiment. It is our vision of a story that resonates with the very spirit of India. When I learnt that Adipurush has been selected by the esteemed jury of one of the prestigious film festivals in the world that I always aspired to be at as a student,” said director Om Raut.
Actor Prabhas, who essays the role of lord Ram in the film, said: “I am honoured that ‘Adipurush’ will have its World Premiere At The Tribeca Festival, New York. It’s an absolute privilege to be a part of a project that mirrors the ethos of our nation. To see our Indian films, especially one that is so close to me, ‘Adipurush’, reach the global stage makes me extremely proud not only as an actor but as an Indian too.”