Prabhas gears up to clash with Shah Rukh KhanNew Delhi:
Prabhas's Salar (Salaar) is about to be released and the enthusiasm of the fans reaches the peak. Once again Prabhas is fully prepared for the release of his big film. Prabhas, who has achieved pan-India star status, is to face the king of the box office Shah Rukh Khan. This year has been named after Shah Rukh Khan anyway. His films Pathan (Pathaan) and Jawan (Jawan) have made a tremendous splash at the ticket window and with Dunky, he is preparing to score a hat-trick. Now his competition is with Bahubali, who has returned from abroad after being completely fit.
Pan India Star #Prabhas is back in India after a successful knee surgery in Europe.
The star's upcoming film #Salaar clashing with #ShahRukhKhan's #Dunki is all... pic.twitter.com/uQpmSof3mP
— Manobala Vijayabalan (@ManobalaV) November 8, 2023
Prabhas returns after knee surgery
According to film trade analyst Manobala Vijaybalan, Prabhas has returned from Europe after undergoing knee surgery. His film Salar is going to clash with Shah Rukh Khan's film Dunky. The films of both the veterans will clash on the big screen on 22 December 2023. Their overseas premiere will be on December 21. Manobala Vijaybalan further wrote that his recovery will now help him fulfill his intentions and commitment.
Salar will collide with Dunky
Fans have started commenting on Manobala Vijaybalan's tweet. A fan wrote that this clash will harm both stars. Some fans have also welcomed Prabhas on his return to the country and wrote in the comment section that Welcome back Prabhas. However, some fans questioned Prabhas' surgery and also said why this surgery was needed. Let us tell you that Prabhas's upcoming movie will be released in two parts. The film also stars Meenakshi Chaudhary, Prithvi Sukumaran and Shruti Haasan.