Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor can easily be termed as one of the most-talked-about films, for obvious reasons and the excitement around the release of the magnum opus has simply shot up the roof. Well, raising our anticipation even more, here presenting to you the first character poster starring Neil Nitin Mukesh as Jai who will play the antagonist in the film. His dashing avatar will surely get you swooning over his mysterious look!
Sharing his first on his Instagram account, he wrote, "Introducing you to #JAI from the Biggest Action Bonanza of the year, SAAHO. 👊🏻 #Saaho releases worldwide on 30th August! #30AugWithSaaho #Prabhas @ShraddhaKapoor @sujeethsign @arunvijayno1 @UV_Creations @itsBhushanKumar @TSeries" Check out his look:
As the makers said that is the first character poster, we are eagerly awaiting to see Jackie Shroff and Chunky Pandey's first look as well.
Talking about the teaser of Saaho, it was loaded with some high-octane actions scenes. Speaking of which, the scene featuring Prabhas involves helicopter stunts and was initially going to be shot in India. But since permissions were difficult to get by, the team took off to Europe where an Italian military helicopter was commissioned, and the action sequence shot on it.
It has been learnt that not just Peng Zhang but ace Hollywood action director Kenny Bates will also be masterminding a killer action sequence in the movie. Bates in the man and action brain behind movies like Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol and the Transformers franchise.
A few days ago, the makers of the film had released a new look poster of the film in which Prabhas and Shraddha looked head- over- heels in love. The makers have come up with another poster of and this one promises full-fledged action! So far, the makers have released new songs - Enni Soni and Psycho Saiyaan that are currently topping the chartbusters.
Image source: Instagram/ Neil Nitin Mukesh
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