The handsome hunk Prabhas, whose career had been oscillating between hits and flops till Mirchi, was elevated to superstardom and overnight National celebrity status, thanks to the humongous success of SS Rajamouli directorial Baahubali series, and he even has a statue at Madame Tussaud's now.
In such a scenario, several shocking revelations about the action hero has come. While it was earlier revealed that Karan Johar, the ace director/producer of Bollywood had given him an offer to launch him in a straight Hindi movie with a huge pay of 20 crores, and Prabhas had turned it down.
Now, another biggie maker Sanjay Leela Bhansali has revealed that he had approached Prabhas during Baahubali 2 shooting, and had narrated Padmaavat to him, but Prabhas who was initially interested, later refused the offer, as he felt Maharaja Ratan Singh character was not as powerful as Ranveer's Khilji, and finally the role went to Shahid Kapoor.
UNSEEN 'VINTAGE' Clicks of TRISHA KRISHNAN Trisha is a prominent South Indian actress, who began her career with the 1999 Tamil flick Jodi, playing a supporting role, and went on to debut as a heroine with Mounam pesiyathe in few years, and with her popularity owing to her Miss Chennai crown, gained an immense fan following.
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