Prabhas To Fight 100 International Fighters In Saaho

Prabhas in Saaho
Author : Grinell Jacinto

Saaho, starring Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor is all set to release next month. This multi-lingustic film marks the first of many things for the lead actors. This is Prabhas’ first film after Baahubali as well as his first Hindi film. Saaho also mark Shraddha’s first film in the Telugu film industry.

Prabhas in Saaho

Prabhas in Saaho

The film has been grabbing attention ever since its teaser and first song, Psycho Saiyaan.

A few days back we heard that the makers of the film had spent Rs 70 crore for a scene in the film. Now we have the latest development about the project and it will make your wait for Saaho harder.

In the film’s climax, Prabhas will fight 100 international fighters! International stuntmen, Kenny Bates and Peng Zhang choreographed the climax for Prabhas which was shot in Abu Dhabi. The makers of Saaho have shot an eight-minute-long action-packed climax.

A source close to the film revealed the details to a leading daily and said,

“A set resembling a ruined place was erected on a 10-acre land and special black soil was strewn over it to give it an authentic desert look. A team of 100 fighters from across the globe were hired for a larger-than-life action sequence involving Prabhas and the baddies. It cost Rs 70 crore and was choreographed by the internationally-acclaimed action director Peng Zhang of Hollywood biggies like The Last Samurai, Hellboy II: The Golden Army and Rush Hour 3.”

Last month Shraddha had flown to Austria to film a romantic track and some scenes of Saaho. In the same schedule, a dance number composed by Badshah featuring Jacqueline Fernandez was also shot. Post that, the team reunited to Hyderabad for some patchwork with Prabhas and finally wrapped it on July 15 in the Telangana capital.

We are sure Saaho will shatter box office records at the ticket windows and will set new benchmarks.

Produced by UV Creations, Saaho is presented by T-Series and will release soon.

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