Deepika Padukone Corrects An International Website For Getting The Title Of Her Next Co-Starring Prabhas Wrong

Deepika Padukone corrects a renowned international magazine for misreporting Prabhas 21 as the title of her upcoming film with Prabhas.

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Deepika Padukone Corrects An International Website For Getting The Title Of Her Next Co-Starring Prabhas Wrong
Yesterday afternoon, the surprise announcement of Deepika Padukone teaming up with Prabhas for the latter's 21st film had taken the internet by a storm. The untitled film marks the collaborative of these two superstars for the first time and is going to be helmed by popular south filmmaker, Nag Ashwin. Calling it as one of the biggest announcements of the decade, the makers of the film, followed by Deepika Padukone and Prabhas shared their excitements on their social media accounts. Well, this news created quite a stir and was covered by a lot of international portals as well.

However, Deepika Padukone seemed to have noticed a mistake in Variety Magazine's report. They mistook Prabhas 21 as the film's title, which was quickly corrected by the Chhapaak actress. Taking to her Twitter, Deepika revealed that it's temporarily named as Prabhas 21 because it's the superstar's 21st film. The original title, however, is yet to be unveiled. , She also stated that it's a multilingual film. "Hey @Variety ...Thank you for reporting. However, a)The film is not titled #Prabhas21. It only happens to be Prabhas’s 21st film," wrote Deepika.

She added, "b)It is a trilingual film: Hindi, Tamil & Telugu. Kindly make note. Thank You..."

Check out her tweet below:


Sharing the news of coming onboard for this sci-fi, Deepika took to her social media and wrote, "Beyond thrilled! Cannot wait for what we believe is going to be an incredible journey ahead..."

The film will go on floors next year and is slated to release during the same year.


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