Deepika Padukone comes on board to romance Prabhas for Nag Ashwin's next film; Official announcement is here

Vyjayanthi movies worked with a lot of heroines who have become superstars in due course of time but for the first time, the production is bringing superstar Deepika Padukone to Telugu for Prabhas' next.
Written By Manoj Kumar | Updated: July 19, 2020 11:19 IST
Deepika Padukone comes on board to romance Prabhas for Nag Ashwin's next film; Official announcement is here

Young Rebel Star Prabhas whose recent outing 'Saaho' became a box office spinner is now going to appear in a full-length love story with his upcoming movie Radhe Shyam. 'Jil' fame Radha Krishna Kumar is helming this project. Pooja Hegde is playing the female lead in this film. The shooting of the movie is yet to get resumed. Meanwhile, Prabhas has signed a project for Vyjayanthi movies banner. 'Mahanati' fame Nag Ashwin is helming the project. Now, the makers have surprised the audience by revealing the female lead in the film. After promoting it so well and gaining attention, the makers have revealed the crucial update on the film today. Deepika Padukone plays the leading lady in the film.
 
Vyjayanthi Movies posted a video that carries the information about Deepika coming on board. "Through the years, we have had the privilege to work with some extraordinary women. Now with Pride, we welcome Deepika Padukone with Prabhas on to our 50-year journey. Bringing India's biggest superstars together, for a film by Nag Ashwin" is in the video.
 
Wrote the production house revealing that 'Padmaavat' actress Deepika Padukone is going to romance Prabhas in the film. The discussion about both Prabhas and Deepika being a part of this project is doing rounds for a long time. Finally, Deepika is making her debut down South which she has been planning to do for a long time.
 
It seems like Prabhas who has been eyeing on pan-Indian movies lately is also willing the share the screen space with Bollywood beauties. More details of the film will get announced soon.
 
 
 
 


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