Jagapati Babu in 'Adheera' kind of look in 'Salaar', director Prashanth Neel too obsessed with KGF's villain?
The KGF director Prashanth Neel who has now become 'too busy', has dropped news of another big star joining the action-drama 'Salaar'. As per the information, south India's actor Jagapati Babu has been roped in and is believed to play an antagonist.
KGF makers who are busy with yet another highly anticipated film 'Salaar' starring Prabhas have revealed roping another big star Jagapati Babu in the film with a poster that will give you goosebumps.
Introducing Babu via poster with him playing the role as Rajamanaar, director Prashanth Neel thanked the actor for being a part of the film.
However, going by the looks of Jagapati Babu sporting a mustache and beard and making him wear a nose ring, the director suggests that he is still obsessed with his characters like 'Garuda' of KGF played by Ram and 'Adheera' played Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt's look.
Meanwhile, Jagapati Babu has tweeted saying this look is best so far and he loved it as he has fallen in love with himself over this epic look. He also contended that he is very much excited to be a part of the project.
As per information, the project has so far seen 20% completion and the remaining will be completed by February 2022.
Producer Vijay Kiragandur opined that Jagapati Babu's character will be one of the main pillars of the project 'Salaar'.
The production house Hombale Film which is basking under the glory of KGF is known for using its PR skills to sell its product, will make sure it will leave no stone unturned to build more curiosity before completion of the project.
Salaar is the combination of producer Vijay Kiragandur, director Prashanth Neel and music director Ravi Basrur who made one of the biggest Kannada films in terms of box office collection as it reportedly went on to make over Rs 100 crore.
Salaar team also comprises actress Shruthi Hassan and is an action-adventure pan Indian film which will be made in other languages too.
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