Producer Abhishek Agarwal will donate 10,000 tickets for ‘Adipurush’, will be distributed to government schools and orphanages


Mumbai: Abhishek Agarwal, the producer of ‘Kartikeya’, has decided to buy 10,000 tickets for Adipurush and donate it to charity. These tickets will be given in government schools, orphanages, and old age homes in Telangana.

Abhishek Agarwal says that Movies like ‘Adipurush’ are seen only once in a lifetime. That’s why we all should celebrate it together. Abhishek wrote in tweeting, ‘Because of my devotion towards Lord Shri Ram, I have decided to give away 10,000+ tickets for free to government schools, orphanages and old age homes across Telangana.’

Please tell me that to get the ticket, you have to fill out the Google form with your details. Apart from this, wherever this movie is released, one seat will be kept unsold in that theatre. Meaning that seat will remain vacant during the entire show. It is believed that wherever Ramayana is mentioned, Lord Hanuman resides there. Supporting this belief, the makers have decided that one seat will be reserved in the name of Bajrangbali in every theatre.


Slated to release on June 16 in Hindi and Telugu as well as Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada, Adipurush is based on the Indian epic Ramayana and stars Prabhas as Lord Rama and Kriti Sanon as mother Sita. While Saif Ali Khan is in the role of Lankesh. Om Raut’s film is considered to be the costliest Hindi film ever.