The Baahubali star Prabhas is on a roll and how! The actor is already swarmed with some intriguing films and if the latest reports are anything to go by he has been offered another film which is touted to be a pan-India film and an action thriller, helmed by Siddharth Anand. As per a report published in Pinkvilla, Anand now wants to direct Prabhas in a pan-India film after directing actors Deepika Padukone and Hrithik Roshan in Fighter. Reportedly, the actor has liked Sid’s idea and vision and has asked him to come with a bound script.
“Siddharth Anand is in the talks with Prabhas for what could be the biggest film of his career. It’s a stylish action thriller and the director has already had multiple meetings with Prabhas at Hyderabad last year before he commenced work on Pathan. While Prabhas has liked Sid’s idea and vision, he has asked him to come with a bound script and then take a final call. The meetings so far have gone off well,” revealed a source close to the development to the portal. After Fighter gets released, the action flick with Prabhas will kick-off around December 2022
The report also suggests that by then, Prabhas would have wrapped up shooting for the Prashanth Neel directed Salaar, the Om Raut directorial venture, Adipurush, also starring Saif Ali Khan and Nag Ashwin’s upcoming sci-fi film, also starring Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan.
“Prabhas is booked at-least till Summer 2022, and so is Siddharth Anand. The actor is flooded with offers from South industry as well, asking for his dates from the second half of 2022, however, at present, he has shown interest in doing the Sid Anand actioner,” the source added. Well, if this turns out to be true, it would be a celebration for all Prabhas fans. ALSO READ: Shruti Haasan To Romance Prabhas In Prashanth Neel’s New Film Salaar
Prabhas also has Radhe Shyam which stars Pooja Hegde in the pipeline.
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