Fans are eagerly anticipating Prabhas’ grand come back to the big screen after Radhe Shyam’s colossal failure. Project K and Salaar, two of his upcoming pan-Indian blockbusters, appear to be the ideal vehicles for his comeback. There is a lot of buzz and interest surrounding these two movies. Because of this, the producers allegedly overstated the share ratio in Telugu states.
The actor hasn’t witnessed any notable box office success since Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. His Saaho did well, but it wasn’t a lot in light of the enormous expectations and costs. His most recent film, Radhe Shyam, was a complete disaster that cost him a lot of money and became one of the biggest tragedies in recent memory.Now, all hopes are on Salaar, Project K, Adipurush and other upcoming films.
The makers of Prabhas’ Salaar and Project K are quoting a share ratio of over 200 crores just for just Telugu states. This is really huge as only SS Rajamouli’s RRR has earned over 200 crores share in Telugu states. Considering all the buzz and the actor’s star power, the makers are confident about the earth-shattering numbers at the box office.