Jr NTR's EMK: After Ram Charan, and Mahesh Babu, it is Prabhas

Tue Sep 21 2021 16:10:03 GMT+0530 (IST)

Jr NTR's small screen infotainment show, Evaru Meelo Koteeswarulu is putting on a good show when it comes to TRPs and viewership. The quiz show has struck a chord with the small screen audiences and the presence of top Tollywood celebrities is further boosting its prospects. Incidentally, Ram Charan took part in the inaugural episode of the show and it garnered a very positive response from the small screen audiences. Charan won Rs 25 lakh in the show and he then donated the entire amount to Chiranjeevi Charitable Trust.

Recently, Mahesh Babu took part in the show and this super special episode was canned a few days ago. Much like Charan, Mahesh Babu too won Rs 25 lakhs by answering a certain number of questions in the show. Mahesh too donated his entire winnings to charity works. This exciting episode will be televised during the Dussehra season. The makers of the show are currently busy with the promo for the Mahesh Babu episode. The same will be unveiled very soon.

The latest we hear is that pan-India superstar Prabhas might also be taking part in the show very soon. Apparently, the organizers of Evaru Meelo Koteeswarulu have already gotten in touch with Prabhas and requested him to take part in a special episode of the show. Prabhas is indeed interested in the proposal but he is yet to take the final decision on the same. If he does agree to come on board for an episode, it would certainly leave the followers of the show greatly excited. Prabhas and Jr NTR are very good friends and it would be really exciting to watch them share the stage and also a few candid conversations as they take part in the show.

Prabhas is currently busy with a handful of projects. He is simultaneously shooting for Salaar and Adipurush. He will have to make time from his tight schedule if he is to actually take part in the show. It remains to be seen if we get to witness the bonding between Prabhas and Jr NTR on Evaru Meelo Koteeswarulu stage in the near future.