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17 October 2019 04:54

Prabhas Baahubali: The Beginning Baahubali

baahubali: the beginning

After enjoying the stupendous success of Saaho especially in the Hindi belt, Prabhas has shifted his focus onto his next project with Jil fame Radha Krishna Kumar. Tentatively titled as Jaan, a short schedule of the romantic-drama has already canned in the exotic locations of Italy. Set against the backdrop of Europe with Pooja Hegde playing the leading lady, Jaan is jointly bankrolled by Krishnam Raju's Gopikrishna Movies and UV Creations. Sources claim that Prabhas will be seen as a palm reader in the big-budget film.In a recent promotional interview for Saaho, the Mirchi star opened up on his hectic shooting schedules, pack up time and how he manages to find time for himself."I never had that kind of plan, but after Baahubali 1, I thought like I need my time for myself because unknowingly there is so much pressure on the film set. There is so much excitement, pressure and in excitement you always get tired.

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“I certainly need time for myself”: Prabhas opens up on his hectic shooting schedules

So everything is beautiful in limited portions, but I thought...Mornings is a problem for me. But during evening and night timings, I never have a problem."Admitting that he likes to go home after wrapping up his shoot, the 39-year-old actor added, "If it's too much of work continuously for hours, we stay at RFC for two months amid same walls. You just can't go around, you can't go to a restaurant, but, during abroad shoots, at least we have time to go around. However, you want to go home after finishing work may be after 7:00, 9:00 or 10:00 PM. We shot Baahubali for mostly 24 hours and seeing the same set and hotel rooms for 2 years will give you feeling like you wanna go home."Prabhas, Rana Daggubati and Anushka Shetty will join Rajamouli & Co for the world premiere of Baahubali: The Beginning at the Royal Albert Hall in London. This special screening will be accompanied by MM Keeravani's epic score performed Live in-Sync by the royal philharmonic concert orchestra. The event is scheduled to take place on October 19.