Prabhas Takes A Shocking Decision

Prabhas, who recently staged a remarkable comeback with the blockbuster Salaar, is reportedly taking a break from his hectic shooting schedules. Salaar, an action-packed thriller, proved to be a turning point in Prabhas’ career, grossing an impressive Rs. 700 crores and solidifying his position as a game-changer in the industry. After facing setbacks in high-budget movies, Salaar’s success has rejuvenated the superstar’s career.

Amidst speculations, it’s rumored that Prabhas has decided to take a sudden hiatus to recuperate from continuous shooting, especially considering his involvement in several ambitious Pan-India projects. Sources suggest that the actor, feeling the need for a break, is contemplating undergoing surgery in Europe to address an old unresolved injury. The concurrent shooting of Salaar and Kalki added to his demanding schedule, and Prabhas is now prioritizing his health.

Industry insiders reveal that buoyed by the positive reviews for Salaar, Prabhas is gearing up for another milestone in his career with Salaar 2. This break is viewed as an opportunity for the actor to recharge and refocus after facing relentless challenges for six years.

However, the hiatus is expected to be temporary, as reports indicate Prabhas is likely to resume his upcoming projects in March. There’s speculation about a potential surgery in Europe to address a persistent old injury.

Fans are eagerly awaiting the release of Kalki AD 2898, directed by Nag Ashwin, featuring an ensemble cast including Amitabh Bachchan, Kamal Haasan, Deepika Padukone, Disha Patani, and Prabhas himself, scheduled to hit theaters on May 9.

In addition to ongoing projects, Prabhas is set to collaborate with Sandeep Vanga for the film Spirit, with shooting scheduled to begin in February 2024 in Mumbai. Riding high on the success of Animal, expectations are soaring for Prabhas’ next venture.