Prakash Raj REACTS To Being Called 'Male Version Of Swara Bhasker' For Supporting Shah Rukh Khan: ‘I Am Honoured'

Actor-politician Prakash Raj replies to a user who called him the 'male version' of actress Swara Bhasker after he extended his support to Shah Rukh Khan

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Prakash Raj REACTS To Being Called 'Male Version Of Swara Bhasker' For Supporting Shah Rukh Khan: ‘I Am Honoured'
Actor-politician Prakash Raj is an actor par excellence and there is no denying that. Apart from his acting prowess, he is also known for his activeness on social media and for giving befitting and witty replies to trolls. Prakash recently reacted to being called the male version of Swara Bhasker after he extended his support to Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and his family on Twitter. Notably, Swara also reacted to the actor’s sweet reply to the user. 

Taking to his Twitter handle, the Dabangg 2 actor re-shared a post that read, “How could they put him (Shah Rukh) and his family go through such harassment and trauma when he has been for decades giving the country love and joy!” Replying to this, a user commented, “prakacha has tweeted, whether it is visible to you or not that tweet is not worth of a cent also, he is the male version of @ReallySwara.” Prakash quickly took note of it and replied to the user, “I am HONOURED to be called as the male version of @ReallySwara who’s version are you #justasking.” The Veere Di Wedding actress wrote back to Prakash, “Sir, sir, sir You are you .. best version ever!." ALSO READ: Prakash Raj Health Update: Actor Shares A Selfie Post Surgery As He Thanks Fans For Their Prayers And Promises To Be 'Back In Action Soon'




On the professional front, Prakash Raj has made his presence felt across Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Hindi, and Malayalam industries. He is the recipient of many accolades and prestigious awards including five National Film Awards, eight Nandi Awards, eight Tamil Nadu State Film Awards, five Filmfare Awards South, four SIIMA Awards, three CineMAA Awards, and three Vijay Awards.

The 57-year-old actor was recently seen in the rural drama ‘Viruman’ which also stars Karthi and Aditi Shankar. Directed by M. Muthaiah, the film was released on 12 August 2022.






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