What is special about Radhe Shyam's climax?

Wed Oct 20 2021 14:47:45 GMT+0530 (IST)

Radhe Shyam is all geared up for its theatrical release on the 14th of January next year. It is one of the most awaited films in Indian cinema. The stakes are exceptionally high on the Prabhas and Pooja Hegde starrer. Now, here is an interesting update on Radhe Shyam which is catching everyone's attention now. Apparently, the makers of Radhe Shyam have spent Rs 50 crores on the climax portion. The climax will be one of the major highlights of the film, as a whole.



The climax portion will be high on VFX shots and as well as computer generated graphics. Several of these sequences were shot through virtual production techniques which is a costly affair. All these resulted in a shooting up of the production costs marginally and the overall budget for the climax amounted to Rs 50 crores which is not a small number by any stretch of the imagination.

Sources close to Radhe Shyam unit have stated that the climax portion will be one of the major highlights of the entire film and it will end the love drama on a high. The climax will be an emotional rollercoaster with high octane sequences succeeding one another. It is heard that the movie unit is confident that the climax will give a new experience to the viewers.

Radhe Shyam is directed by Radha Krishna Kumar and it is touted to be a high-budget love drama which has Prabhas and Pooja Hegde in the lead roles. The film is up for worldwide theatrical release next Sankranthi season and it is expected to get off to a flying start at the box office. As one would expect, Radhe Shyam is getting a pan-India release.  

As for Prabhas, he is currently busy filming for Adipurush and he will be back on the sets of Salaar very soon. He is expected to be done with Adipurush in the next few weeks. More details about Prabhas's upcoming projects will be out in the days to follow. He has lined up a series of big ticket projects that are to follow, including Project K, Spirit, and a biggie with Siddharth Anand.