Baahubali Prabhas’ “Saaho” Antagonist Neil Nitin Mukesh Reveals Some Inside Details Of The Movie, Read Here

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Post the massive success of Baahubali, Prabhas is now the country’s one of the most desirable actors, his journey from being a regional Telugu hero to the most awaited country’s favorite is just spellbound. The number of fans Prabhas has now is well beyond numbers when compared to the locale Tollywood actors, and of course, people are now pretty curious about the actor’s upcoming action thriller Saaho.

Anything regarding ‘Saaho’ is enough to engage the fans of Prabhas, with the recent teaser of the same, people are well satisfied looking at the ‘show time’ face of Prabhas. The cast, crew, and everything is very selective and it is believed that the movie might hit theaters in early 2018.

The craze movie has earned already is quite reflective on social media, in a bid to connect with the wider audience at ease, popular Bollywood actor Neil Nitin Mukesh was chosen to play the role of primary antagonist. Soon after he stepped into the sets, it is believed that the actor is quite glad to be part of the big project.

When asked about the movie, the actor was quoted saying:

“Saaho is a larger-than-life film and, post ‘Baahubali’, the entire nation is rooting for Prabhas. And where there is a mega hero, there will always be a mega villain too, it’s quite an exciting project, Sujeeth has a great vision. ‘Saaho’ will be the biggest action film of 2018.”

Going into further details on his appearance, he said:

“It’s a never-seen-before avatar in ‘Saaho’ too. We have just started shooting and there is still a long way to go. There’s a lot of action and we will start training for it soon. I have done the action before, but this takes it to another level. International stunt coordinators are being flown down to design it.”

With Baahubali, the duo Anushka Shetty and Prabhas have already proved themselves on screen, now the same is going to come together in this movie, the movie will be released in all three Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi.

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