Prabhas going UK to get into Adipurush’s physique?
Prabhas abroad for a particular test to determine what is really going on inside his body that is causing an unpredictable fluctuation in his weight
Prabhas is without a doubt one of the industry’s greatest stars right now. The actor’s Baahubali franchise shattered box office records for every Indian film released to date. People are eagerly anticipating his upcoming film Adipurush.
The star has released back-to-back blockbusters, but for the past few films, he seems going off-track. One of the major factors that have influenced films like Mirchi and, more recently, Saaho is Prabhas’ appearance. No, it’s not his makeup; rather, his physique has been shifting as the film has progressed, and this enormous irregularity is due to the fact that the Baahubali star is a huge foodie.
It is all about method acting
Om Raut, who directed Tanhaji and is now directing Adhipurush with Prabhas in the lead, is claimed to be concerned about Prabhas’ shifting appearance. As a result, the team is claimed to have decided to send Prabhas abroad for a particular test to determine what is really going on inside his body that is causing an unpredictable fluctuation in his weight, reported glute.com.
The film’s budget is Rs. 500 crores, with half of that, or Rs. 250 crore, going to visual effects. Om Raut, the filmmaker, who had success at the box office earlier this year with his war drama, will direct Adipurush. Fans anticipate his cooperation with Prabhas to be a box office hit as well.
All set to be Adipurush
Prabhas is scheduled to play the lead role in the upcoming film ‘Adipurush,’ after giving the world ‘Baahubali.’ While the actor will play Lord Ram, he will be accompanied on-screen by Kriti Sanon, who will play Sita, and Saif Ali Khan, who will play Lankesh, the antagonist.
Apart from that, Prabhas is working on a number of intriguing projects. In Radhe Shyam, he will star alongside Pooja Hegde, while in Project K, he will star alongside Deepika Padukone.
A 3D film, Adipurush is one of the most expensive Indian films ever made.