Prabhas: The Only Baahubali? Truth Behind Hrithik Roshan Rumors!
You know Prabhas became a big international star after SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali films. After the huge international success of the films, there were rumors that Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan was first asked to do the role.
But hold on, the film’s makers have put these rumors to rest. Shobu Yarlagadda, the guy who produced Baahubali, said Prabhas was always their first choice. He said they never even thought of another actor for those roles of Amarendra and Mahendra Baahubali.
SS Rajamouli, the film’s director, once said that Hrithik is “nothing” in front of Prabhas. But he later said sorry for those words. He clarified that he respects Hrithik a lot, but his choice of words was bad. This was a long time back, and he didn’t mean to put Hrithik down.
Now, don’t get me wrong. Hrithik is an awesome actor, but could you imagine anyone else as Baahubali? Nah, me neither. Prabhas just nailed it! From his body to his acting and even how he spoke his lines—everything was perfect. The audience and critics both loved him.
Prabhas was so dedicated to Baahubali that he didn’t take up any other project for five years. That’s a long time to commit to just one role. I don’t think Hrithik or any other renowned Bollywood actor would’ve done that.
Anyway, if you’re curious about what’s next, Rajamouli is going to work on a film with Mahesh Babu, currently called SS MB29. As for Prabhas, he’s got another movie coming up called Salaar, set to release on December 22.
Prabhas was always the one and only choice for Baahubali, we all know he did a great job! No offense to Hrithik, but it’s tough to see anyone else in that role.
Prabhas today turned 44, and the makers of his upcoming film “Salaar” have dropped a brand-new poster on his birthday. This isn’t just a birthday gift for him but for all of us fans too.
They even released special emojis just for Prabhas. This shows how big a star Prabhas has become, not just here but globally.
The film is coming out on December 22, and it’s going head-to-head with Shah Rukh Khan’s “Dunki.” “Salaar” is directed by Prashant Neel, the same guy who made the “K.G.F” series.
The film has a talented cast. It even features Malayalam superstar Prithviraj Sukumaran as the bad guy. It’s not just in Telugu; it’s releasing in Kannada, Tamil, Malayalam, and Hindi too.