"It Is Wrong To Compare Me With Khans", Says Actor Prabhas
Imran Asif Fazal|Aug 13, 2019, 16:07
The actor also rubbished the claims that "Saaho" does not resonate to only bike stunts which were previously seen in "Dhoom".
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Prabhas has become a superstar post Baahubali's huge success, but he continues to maintain his down to earth nature. The South Indian superstar will be seen next in Saaho, the film which has been dubbed as India's biggest action thriller.
Starring alongside Shraddha Kapoor, the film is slated for a release on August 30. The actor has received tremendous response from the audience so far.
Prabhas along with a team of Saaho is on a promotion spree for the film, during one such interaction with media persons, Prabhas was asked if he is also in the league of three Khans of Bollywood.
To which, Prabhas in his very humble style responded to the question and said, "Khans have inspired us for decades. It’s wrong to compare me with them”.
Prabhas was asked if he is ready to "give a tough competition to the Khans". To this, he replied, "Thank you, ma'am. Can I leave?", leaving everyone in splits. This answer sure proves that Prabhas is the most celebrated actor all across with a pan-India appeal.
The actor has always maintained to remain away from controversies. Even on the show Koffee With Karan, Prabhas remained elusive to controversial questions asked by the host Karan Johar. During the show, the actor chose to remain quiet on questions which could have landed him in trouble with industry stars.
Talking about the difficulties he faced while dubbing Hindi for Saaho, he said, "We read and write in Hindi at home, but we don't speak in the language as much. So, it was difficult to dub in Hindi, but I was able to manage it. Shraddha (Kapoor) helped me with it."
He also rubbished claims that the film resonates with earlier blockbuster film Dhoom, "It's completely different from Dhoom. Just because our film has some bike sequences, people are finding similarities. We have many more high-octane stunts."