Baahubali star Prabhas, who became a pan-India star after the monstrous success of SS Rajamouli’s directorial, is set to entertain us with his upcoming mega-budget venture, which is tentatively titled #Prabhas20. While the first look and the official title will be revealed in the new few hours, we give you five reasons that make the announcement of this project an exciting experience for the audience. So, here are they…
The film, which is mounted on a lavish scale, will be released in four languages, which are Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam, thus making it a pan-India venture like Prabhas’ previous films Baahubali franchise and Saaho.
Crackling chemistry between Prabhas and Pooja Hegde
While the film marks the first time collaboration of Prabhas and Pooja Hegde, it is said that the crackling chemistry between the duo is expected to be one of the highlights of this movie. Prabhas has dropped 10 kilos to look leaner for this film, which supposed to have some steamy sequences between Pooja and him. The actor will go shirtless as well.
Unique role of Prabhas
As per the reports, Prabhas is portraying the character of a fortune teller in this period love story.
Director Radha Krishna Kumar’s touch
Filmmaker Radha Krishna Kumar, who earlier directed Gopichand starrer Jil, is definitely expected to raise the bar with Prabhas 20.
Great production values with awesome supporting cast
Apart from Prabhas and Pooja Hegde, the film features awesome supporting cast including Bollywood celebs like Sachin Khedekar, Murli Sharma, Bhagyashree, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Sasha Chhetri along with Sathyan and Priyadarshi. Talking about the film, Maine Pyar Kiya actress Bhagyashree said, “Prabhas’ film, which is a period film set in the 1970s, is based in Europe. It is a love story. The character, my look, film sets, and the cast were designed with utmost detailing. It’s amazing to see producers Vikram Reddy, Vamsi Krishna Reddy, and Pramod Uppalapati shell out a lot of money to make the film humongous. I must give special credits to cinematographer Manoj Paramahamsa, who has taken brilliant shots in the film.”