Prabhas kicked off Pongal celebrations in a big way by announcing his next, The Raja Saab, directed by Maruthi. The film is going to be a romantic horror entertainer. Talking about the project, the director said, “The Raja Saab’ stands as one of my most ambitious projects to date. We are geared up to offer our audiences a grand horror experience. Having Prabhas on board is particularly special as his electrifying screen presence infused with our horror narrative is surely to leave audiences amazed.” The makers also released the first poster of the film, which has Prabhas wearing a black kurta with a black and white lungi and black shorts.
Now in the excitement of the announcement, not many noticed the spelling of Prabhas; there is now an extra ‘S’ in his name.HE now spells his name as ‘PRABHASS’. It is being claimed that the actor has done the change based on advice of a numerologist to bring him luck.

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Prabhass became a Pan-India star with the Bahubali franchise but since then, even though most of his films have managed to take a massive opening at the box office, they have been unable to recreate the magic of Baahubali. Even his last film Salaar: Part 1- Ceasefire earned more than Rs 400 crore at the Indian box office, with nearly Rs 151 crore coming from Hindi, but the trade had very high expectations from it, given that many films this year have managed to breach the Rs 500 crore mark, including Animal, Jawan, Gadar 2 and Pathaan. Also, the clash with Dunki impacted Salaar’s numbers.

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