Prabhas Saying Goodbye To Tollywood?  

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Rebel star Prabhas is the perfect tall and handsome hunk every girl dream to have. He has robbed many hearts with an electrifying performance in Baahubali. He is one of the finest actors in Tollywood. Audiences are highly waiting to catch a glimpse of him in 'Saaho'. He is all set to foray into Bollywood with action entertainer 'Saaho'.

There are no movie releases of Prabhas for the past one year. But, he has been hogging the limelight for various reasons. Looks like Prabhas is getting closer to B-town stars. Murmurs are doing the rounds that Prabhas might be planning to settle in Bollywood. It was reported that Prabhas made a call to Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor to appreciate his performance in 'Kabir Singh', the remake of Telugu movie, 'Arjun Reddy' which starred Vijay Deverakonda in the lead role.

Recently, Shahid's 'Kabir Singh' teaser dropped on the internet and created a storm on social media. According to sources, Prabhas told Shahid Kapoor that his version seems to be better than the original Telugu blockbuster hit 'Arjun Reddy'.

A group of fans were left utterly disappointed with Prabhas' words compliments towards the Hindi version instead of promoting the Telugu movie, Arjun Reddy. On the other hand, rumors are rife that Prabhas is thinking to say goodbye to Telugu films. We don't have any clue what is there in Prabhas' mind. Let us tell you all that Prabhas won't say goodbye to Tollywood no matter what.

This industry has made him a popular figure and helped him establish his name on the global map. We are sure, Prabhas will continue his journey in Tollywood. He might do one to two Hindi films but won't shift his full focus to Bollywood.

On the career front, Prabhas is occupied with 'Saaho' which is being directed by Sujeeth who previously helmed Run Raja Run. Along with Prabhas, Saaho has a dream cast of Shraddha Kapoor, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Jackie Shroff in prominent roles.

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