Prabhas made history as the first South Indian actor to be immortalized in wax at Madame Tussauds, with images of his statue’s unveiling in Bangkok taking the internet by storm. While some critics noted minor discrepancies in resemblance, it was widely acknowledged as the best rendition of the star to date.
However, a recent unveiling of another purported statue of Prabhas has taken an unexpected turn, becoming a subject of playful banter online. The statue, distinguishable only by its striking Baahubali costume, falls short of capturing Prabhas’ distinct features.
Prabhas Wax Statue:
This particular rendition of Prabhas is believed to originate from a wax museum in Mysore, and it has become the centerpiece of numerous lighthearted jabs across social media platforms.
Netizens have coined humorous monikers such as ‘Naptol Prabhas’, ‘Thought it was Ram Charan from Magadheera,’ and ‘Amarendra John Wick Bahubali.’ Additionally, the iconic drawing scene from Nagarjuna’s cult classic, “Super,” has been playfully juxtaposed with the statue.
The statue’s unveiling has certainly added a new dimension to the ongoing conversation surrounding wax figures, inviting fans and critics alike to share their thoughts on this latest representation of the beloved actor.
FAQ Questions about Prabhas Future Projects:
Prabhas has recently garnered attention for his role in the highly anticipated pan-Indian film, “Project K.” This movie also marks the Tollywood debut of Deepika Padukone, who stars alongside Prabhas and Kamal Hassan. Following this project, Prabhas is set to grace the silver screen once again with the upcoming release of “Salaar” on September 28th this year. After that Prabhas will be seen in Bhushan Kumar’s Next ‘Spirit’.
With a staggering budget of 170 crores, Prabhas is slated to take on the role of an unyielding police officer in this upcoming film. Producer Bhushan Kumar, in a recent interview, affirmed this exciting development. He mentioned that Sandeep is gearing up to commence the pre-production preparations for “Spirit” in the latter half of 2023.