There were reports that Prabhas and Prashanth Neel are going to collaborate for a project. It was being said that the KGF director was keen on signing the Baahubali actor for his upcoming big-budget film. It was also reported that the two had met in Hyderabad for narration and Prabhas was impressed with the storyline. It has now been confirmed that Prabhas and Prashanth Neel will finally be working together in their upcoming action saga. The film has been titled Salaar and will be produced by KGF producer Vijay Kiragandur.
“BIGGG NEWS… PRABHAS TEAMS UP WITH #KGF DIRECTOR… #Prabhas will collaborate with director #PrashanthNeel for an action saga… The film is titled #Salaar… Produced by #KGF producer #VijayKiragandur,” Taran Adarsh tweeted while sharing the poster of Salaar featuring Prabhas in his action-packed avatar. He looks ready to
The film will on floors in January 2021 and Salaar will mark as the third PAN-India film after KGF: Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 produced under the banner Hombale Films. “#Salaar begins shoot in Jan 2021… #Salaar is the third PAN-#India film from the production house Hombale Films, after #KGF2 / #KGFChapter2. #Prabhas #PrashanthNeel #VijayKiragandur,” Taran Adarsh tweeted.
Meanwhile, Prabhas is also working on his upcoming film Radhe Shyam. He is cast opposite Pooja Hegde in the film that also features Sachin Khedekar, Bhagyashree, Priyadarshi, Murali Sharma, Sasha Chettri, and Kunaal Roy Kapur. The project is multilingual, scheduled to release in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada languages.
The film’s shoot was already in progress in Georgia when lockdown happened. Earlier this month the team resumed the shooting, and the actors shared the news on their respective social media handles. Written and directed by Radha Krishna Kumar, the film is expected to release in 2021.
Prashanth Neel, on the other hand, is gearing up for the release of his much-awaited action drama KGF Chapter 2 starring Rocking Star Yash. The director has also signed actor Jr NTR for a film and it remains to be seen when it will go on floors.
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