The highly anticipated film Project K, starring Prabhas and directed by Nag Ashwin, is generating immense excitement among audiences for its grandeur and star-studded cast. And now, it seems that the film is about to become even more significant. Reports suggest that veteran actor Kamal Haasan is being considered for a pivotal role in this pan-Indian production, possibly portraying the antagonist.
Reports state that the renowned Tamil superstar, Kamal Haasan, is being approached to play the villainous character in Project K, where he will lock horns with Prabhas in this sci-fi extravaganza. While discussions are ongoing, no final decisions have been made yet, keeping fans eagerly awaiting an official confirmation.
According to speculations, Kamal Haasan has been offered a staggering remuneration of Rs 150 crores for his role in the film. If the deal is sealed, the actor is expected to allocate 20 days for the shooting of his portions. However, it's important to note that these reports about his salary are yet to be verified.
Project K, written and directed by Nag Ashwin, boasts a stellar cast with Prabhas and Deepika Padukone in the lead roles. Accompanying them are Amitabh Bachchan and Disha Patani, who will be seen in significant roles. Backed by Vyjayanthi Movies, this sci-fi thriller is crafted on an extravagant budget of approximately Rs 500 crores, making it one of the most high-budget movies ever produced in Indian cinema. Mark your calendars, as Project K is set to hit theaters worldwide on January 12, 2024, coinciding with the auspicious occasion of Sankranthi.
Earlier reports had hinted that Project K would be a two-part film. The ambitious vision and intricate plot of Project K have compelled the makers to transform it into a duology. While the first part will establish the world and conflicts within this magnum opus, the second half will unfold the gripping drama, akin to the storytelling approach employed in the Bahubali franchise.
Meanwhile, Prabhas has already commenced shooting for the silver bullet sequences in Chennai.