Tinnu Anand is one of the veterans of Indian cinema, he’s worked not only as an actor, but also as a director. He was recently seen in Prashanth Neel’s Salaar: Part 1- Ceasefire. In a recent interview, the actor revealed how Prabhas sent him three tiffins full of food, which was enough to feed an army.

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The actor was in a conversation with News18, wherein they were discussing the difference between actors from North and South.Recalling an incident, Anand mentioned that he, in front of everyone, once told Prabhas that despite working with him in two films Saaho and Salaar, he has never received any hospitality that everyone talks about after working with him. (Prabhas)
He then revealed that Prabhas’ team found out in which hotel he was staying including the room number and sent him three tiffins full of food which was enough to feed an army. In those tiffins, there were dishes from across the globe. And it was just him and his wife who were present in the room.
So the next day, the Agneepath actor told Prabhas, ‘Sir, please don’t send anymore’, regretting his decision to say anything to him. He finally added that Prabhas is a very humble person.

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