South Industry’s most talented actor Prabhas hit the headlines with his film Baahubali is back in news for his upcoming projects. The actor who is currently busy shooting for his untitled film helmed by Radha Krishna Kumar starring Pooja Hegde has recently announced his another untitled film with Nag Ashwin.
However, the news is Nag Ashwin’s film which will be a Pan World release has been looking for a big and established name to cast opposite Saaho actor and for this, he has approached Bollywood’s diva Deepika Padukone. Well, nothing is yet confirmed as the two are yet on the talking terms and since he announced his project a week ago so he is taking his time.
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Meanwhile, Prabhas is currently shooting in Ramoji studious in Hyderabad and might leave for Europe soon to shoot some crucial portions of romance drama there. Apart from Pooja and Prabha the film also stars Bollywood actors Bhagyashree, Kunaal Roy Kapur and Mithun Chakraborthy. As per reports, the film will hit the theatres this year on the eve of Dusshera.
Whereas, Deepika is gearing up for his upcoming release alongside Ranveer Singh 83, the actress film essay the role of Kapil Dev’s wife Romi. The film is based on 1983’s World Cup trophy that India won against West Indies.