After the dialogues of the mythological epic Ramayana “Adipurush” were heavily criticized, the makers of the film have agreed to revise some of them. It is not yet clear which dialogues will be revised or why. According to a statement by the film’s writer and lyricist Manoj Muntashir Shukla on Sunday, the revised dialogues will be added this week. The film was released on Friday in five languages, including Hindi. Muntashir wrote, “Nothing is more important to me than your feelings. I can give countless arguments in favor of dialogues, but it will not ease your pain. I and the producer-director of the film have decided to revise those dialogues which are hurting you.” In terms of box office collections, the film has already made an impressive Rs 240 crore worldwide in just two days, with Rs 140 crore on its opening day, according to the film’s production banner T-Series.