Prabhas Looking Forward to Work in Bollywood? Actor Calls It as the Biggest Film Industry
Sept. 15, 2019
Prabhas shot to fame across the global for his impeccable performance in the magnum opuses Baahubali and the recently released Saaho. He did not sign any other projects in between whilst he was working on them. Ever since his film Baahubali: The Beginning and Baahubali: The Conclusion hit the screens, fans were curious to know when he would make his Bollywood debut. And then the action thriller Saaho happened, with which he made his debut in Hindi cinema. Saaho Box Office Collections: Prabhas Starrer Mints More Than Rs 424 Crore Worldwide.
Saaho, directed by Sujeeth released on August 30, and till date it has been receiving overwhelming response from movie buffs across the globe. The film has managed to earn more than Rs 424 crore in these many days. Well, in an interview to a leading daily, Prabhas was asked about his interest in working in Bollywood. The handsome hunk’s response will surely make his fans happier. Prabhas was quoted saying as, “Yes, absolutely. I am looking forward to working there [in Bollywood]. I could not take up any projects before because I was doing Baahubali and then (Saaho). Bollywood is the biggest film industry, so why will I not want to work there?”, reports Hindustan Times .
The Making Of Saaho
About doing multiple films in a year Prabhas stated, “I also want to do two or multiple films at least [in a year], but I don’t get to work like that. All my films take up a lot of time. Also, after Baahubali , I didn’t want rush into something. I have stated another film and I have few more days of shoot left.” Prabhas’ next project is tentatively titled as Jaan. Pooja Hegde has been paired opposite the handsome hunk. Stay tuned for further updates!
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