Prabhas is a Salman Khan fan! ‘I watched Maine Pyar Kiya in theatres twice’ says Radhe Shyam star

After multiple delays, Prabhas and Pooja Hedge-starrer Radhe Shyam is all set for a grand release. Recently, during the promotions of Radhe Shyam, Prabhas spoke about his much-awaited film, why his grandfather adored Salman Khan and the success of Allu Arjun’s Pushpa: The Rise. Radhe Shyam, which was slated to release last year, will finally hit the screens on March 11. Directed by Radha Krishna Kumar, the film is a period drama and has been shot simultaneously in Telugu and Hindi.

PRABHAS OPENS UP ABOUT HIS LOVE FOR MAINE PYAR KIYA

Speaking to IndiaToday.in, Prabhas mentioned how his grandfather adored Salman Khan. “Maine Pyar Kiya played for a year in the South. My grandfather was a fan of Salman Khan and said, ‘ye hai hero’. The film ran for 175 days and he took me twice for the film. I also liked him, he looked very good and I was like ‘he is a hero’.”

PRABHAS SAYS HE FEELS RELAXED, KNOWING THAT RADHE SHYAM IS RELEASING

Prabhas revealed he feels relaxed right now knowing that the film is all set for a release. The Bahubaali actor said, “I have been in the industry for 20 years and I am always stressed before the release of my films. But now, I am okay. Actually, after a point, we stopped thinking of the release. We went to Italy many times and then had to cancel it because of Covid. Then we went to Georgia – there we thought of finishing the schedule, but that was stopped too. Later, we went to Hyderabad to shoot a few scenes. Director Radha used to worry whenever the shooting was stopped. And we were like, ‘it’s okay, the whole world has stopped.’ But now, we are all excited and relaxed that the film will finally release.”

PRABHAS ON THE CHANGING DYNAMICS IN FILM INDUSTRY

Bashubali was one film that made the audience sit up and take notice of regional cinema. And with the recent hype surrounding Allu Arjun’s Pushpa: The Rise, things are changing. Ask Prabhas what does he make of this success, he said, “Rajamouli’s Baahubali bridged the gap between South cinema and Bollywood. See, every day is an experiment not only for Telugu but also for Bollywood, Bengali and other industries. We didn’t know it [a film] could open so many doors. So, Pushpa is another good sign to say that we are becoming one – Indian Cinema is becoming one. We have so many languages, so many industries and we are the only ones who have so many different languages. But for films, it is one business and anyone can make a great film. It does not have to be Baahubali with great visuals. It can be a small film or a simple love story.”

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