DID YOU KNOW? Kalki 2898 AD's Krishna Cameo Was Played By THIS Tamil Actor - Read To Know BELOW

Prabhas-Deepika Padukone's Kalki 2898 AD featured a cameo appearance by Lord Krishna and it was played by this tamil actor

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DID YOU KNOW? Kalki 2898 AD's Krishna Cameo Was Played By THIS Tamil Actor - Read To Know BELOW
Nag Ashwin’s "Kalki 2898 AD" is garnering attention not only for the performances of its lead actors - Prabhas, Deepika Padukone, Amitabh Bachchan, and Kamal Haasan - but also for its intriguing cameos. Among these, the cameo of Lord Krishna has sparked considerable curiosity. Unlike other characters in the film, Lord Krishna's face is never fully revealed; only his body and hair are shown, and his face is consistently depicted in silhouette. This mystery led fans on a quest to identify the actor behind the enigmatic portrayal. ALSO READ: Kalki 2898 AD: Kamal Haasan Receives Widespread Acclaim for His Role Prabhas-Deepika Padukone Starrer; Fans’ Anticipation Grows For Part 2 
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Through keen observation and discussion, fans deduced that Tamil actor Krishnakumar played the role of Lord Krishna. Krishnakumar confirmed their speculation by responding to fans on his Instagram stories. Sharing a screenshot from the film, he expressed his gratitude, writing, “#kalki2898ad An absolute honour to be able to open an epic film, playing such a special character. Grateful.” This acknowledgement provided clarity and satisfaction to the curious audience. ALSO READ: Kalki 2898 AD New Teaser Introduces Amitabh Bachchan As Aswatthama! Fans In Awe Of Veteran Actor's Intense Look From Prabhas Starrer - WATCH 

Adding to the layered portrayal of Krishna, another actor contributed significantly, albeit in a different capacity. The voice of Krishna, which captivated many viewers, was provided by Arjun Das. When a fan praised Arjun Das on X (formerly Twitter) for his voice work in "Kalki 2898 AD," he responded with humility, attributing the credit to director Nag Ashwin and producer Swapna Dutt. This collaborative effort between Krishnakumar and Arjun Das brought a unique dimension to the character of Lord Krishna, enhancing the film's narrative depth.

Krishnakumar, who debuted with the 2010 film "Kadhalagi," had taken a hiatus from acting to work as the artistic director of The Little Theatre Group. He returned to cinema in 2020 with the Amazon Prime anthology film "Putham Pudhu Kaalai." His portrayal of Chaitanya, Suriya’s friend in "Soorarai Pottru," further elevated his profile in the industry. In 2022, he appeared in Dhanush’s "Maaran," continuing his ascent in the Tamil film industry.

Kalki 2898 AD hit theatres on June 27 and was released in multiple languages. The film received generally positive reviews, although some critics found the first half of the movie lacking. Despite this, the film's conclusion sets the stage for a potential sequel, leaving audiences eager for more. The innovative storytelling, combined with the stellar performances and intriguing cameos, ensures that "Kalki 2898 AD" remains a topic of discussion in the cinematic world.

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