Prabhas movie Project K to release in two days: India’s first biggest pan india superstar Prabhas And Deepika Padukone Upcoming film of starrer director Nag Ashwin Project K These days there is a lot of discussion. Superstar Prabhas is busy these days with his upcoming films Salaar and Project K. The project is a big budget sci-fi film. Which is being made by Mahanati fame director Nag Ashwin. In this film, actress Deepika Padukone will be seen in the lead role along with superstar Prabhas. Also, Amitabh Bachchan, the megastar of the century, is also an important part of the film. There is a tremendous craze among the fans regarding the film. Here now an interesting information about this film is coming out. According to the reports, there are plans to release this film on the lines of Bahubali.
Prabhas’ project will be released in two parts
According to a recent report by entertainment portal Pinkvilla, a close source Radiance Giving interesting details about the film, he said, ‘The vision and plot of the project is so big that the makers have decided to make it in two parts. The first part of the film will introduce the audience to the unique world. The story ahead of this will be shown in the second part. Exactly like what was done in Bahubali. of the project Vyjayanthi Movies is gearing up for a massive release to celebrate 50 years in Indian cinema.
The shooting of the second part has started
Giving information about this, the source said that the shooting of the first part of the film has been completed. Whereas, the shooting of the second part is going on. The source added, “The shooting of both the parts is going on simultaneously and both the films will be released without much gap. The team of the film is confident about its content. That’s why both the parts are being shot simultaneously. So this is exactly what director Mani Ratnam did with the movies PS 1 and 2. The first part of the film is currently in post production. Whereas, the team is shooting for the second part.
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