Radhe Shyam is one of the most anticipated films of massy star Prabhas. The movie was announced a couple of weeks ago through a poster reveal and since then the hype around the movie has been at the peak. More so because of Prabhas as he is currently the heartthrob and the most-wanted actor in every producer/ director’s list. The next thing that excited the fans was his chemistry with Pooja Hegde on the poster of the film.
The filming of Radhe Shyam began in January this year. The team shot despite the pandemic scare across the globe. The wrapped up their first schedule in Georgia and the director had thanked the Georgian team for the smooth functioning of the schedule. Now, as per the reports, Prabhas and the team will be flying to Italy for another outdoor schedule of Radhe Shyam. It is said to be a 15-day schedule and the makers are hoping to wrap it up (schedule) next month. The team was reported to be waiting for their visas until now. The visas have been procured for everyone and the team is likely to fly to Italy soon. They have by far shot two outdoor schedules. The movie will feature scenic locations for which the team will shoot across different countries in Europe.
Talking about Radhe Shyam, apart from Prabhas and Pooja, the film also stars Bhagyashree, Sachin Khedekar, Priyadarshini Pulikonda, Murali Sharma, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Sathyan to name a few. The makers are hoping to wrap the film by December 2020. The period romantic drama makers are hoping for a summer 2021 release.
Director Radha Krishna heaped praises for Prabhas. He had conducted an ask session for fans around the movie. “Yes it’s my dream to direct our Darling, it’s an absolute pleasure working with him on set,” he had replied to a fan asking about his experience of directing the Baahubali actor. He also shared an interesting detail about the film saying, “Darlings looks (Prabhas’ looks) will be the biggest asset of RadheShyam.”
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