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When Prabhas Surprised Kriti On The Sets!

By:  Tupaki Desk   |   15 Sep 2022 4:08 PM GMT
When Prabhas Surprised Kriti On The Sets!
Even the person who saw Prabhas for the first time can say that he is very shy and opens up only with his close friends and family. He himself said that he is an introvert and we all know how hard it is for him to speak in his own pre-release events. But everyone says that the 'Baahubali' hero has a heart of gold and always has a big smile on his face.

He develops a great bond with people once he opens up to them. Rajamouli, Anuskha, Puri Jagannadh and others always say this about Prabhas. Recently, Bollywood beauty Kriti Sanon who is working with him on 'Adipurush' has said that Prabhas surprised him on sets.

She told, "The first time I saw Prabhas on the sets, he was shy. I then knew why everyone called him shy. But once I met him in the shot breaks, he instantly opened up. It came as a surprise to me as I didn't know he'd get comfortable with me right away. He's a really sweet guy and a pleasure to work with."

She added that he helped her a lot with the Telugu lines and stated that he used to laugh loudly whenever she mispronounced Telugu words. These sweet words by Kriti about Prabhas are currently going viral on social media now. As we know, Kriti Sanon worked with Mahesh Babu on '1 Nenokkadine' which was her debut movie and Naga Chaitanya's 'Dochey' in Telugu before moving to Bollywood.

Directed by Om Raut, Saif Ali Khan portrays the character of Lankesh in this 'Adipurush'. The shooting of 'Adipurush' has been wrapped up long back and the post-production works are going on. 'Adipurush' is based on the epic Hindu mythology Ramayana and Prabhas will be seen as Lord Ram while Kriti Sanon plays the role of Sita.

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