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Wednesday, November 8, 2023 • Telugu Comments
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Prabhas, the Pan India Star, has returned to India after a two-month sojourn in Italy. His journey to Italy was primarily for a knee surgery that he underwent. Interestingly, he chose to remain in Italy for an extended period, even celebrating his birthday in the picturesque European country. During his stay in Italy, Prabhas was joined by his family members who flew in to celebrate his special day with him.

This extended stay in Italy sparked curiosity and speculation about the progress of Prabhas' ongoing projects. Prabhas has a busy schedule with several films in the pipeline, including "Kalki 2898 AD," a project with Maruthi, and "Spirit" directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga. However, all eyes are currently fixed on his highly anticipated project, "Salaar," directed by Prashant Neel. The first part of this film is scheduled for release on December 22, 2023.

With Prabhas absent from India, questions arose about whether "Salaar" would meet its release schedule. However, these doubts were put to rest as Prabhas arrived back in India today. Reports suggest that he will attend to any remaining work required for "Salaar" and oversee the film's promotional activities, as it is set to hit the screens on the 22nd of December.

The paparazzi were on hand to capture Prabhas at the airport, where he was seen sporting an all-black outfit, complete with black glasses and a mask. Prabhas' health issues have been a recurring topic of discussion in recent times. It was reported that he sustained an injury during the filming of "Baahubali" and has had to grapple with knee problems as a result. His demanding work commitments made it challenging for him to take sufficient time off for complete rest. Earlier, he underwent knee surgery, but the persistent demands of his profession have caused his knee pain to resurface, necessitating a more comprehensive and sustained course of treatment before he can return to work.

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