Speaking about Hindi film industry, the Baahubali actress Tamannaah Bhatia and Prabhudeva last worked together in the year 2016 for Tutak Tutak Tutiya. Now, the actor is all ready to work with the veteran actor and director yet again. Now, the actors are going to work together in Chakri Toleti’s next supernatural thriller film titled ‘Khamoshi’.
The makers of the film revealed the first poster of the film that featured Tamannaah Bhatia and Prabhudeva together. And we must say that it looks quite interesting and mysterious. The actress took to her Twitter handle to share the first poster of the film and wrote,
“It’s all in the silence! Presenting the official poster of my next #Khamoshi with co-star @pddancing. Directed by @chakritoleti, the film is slated to release on 31st May @pyxfilms @imsaurabhmishra @ZeeMusicCompany.”
Here’s the poster:
For those who are not informed, Khamoshi is the official Hindi remake of the film Kolaiyuthir Kaalam which starred Nayanthara. The actor will be witnessed in the role of a character who is unable to speak or hear while Prabhudeva will be seen essaying the role of the antagonist in the film.
If the reports are to be believed, Khamoshi is the first ever Hindi film to be shot with an 8k camera. Chakri, who has also shot the Tamil version of the film with Nayanthara and the Hindi version with Tamannaah Bhatia and Prabhudeva, feels that it is the best time to widen the storytelling in the country and it was the vision of Vashu Bhagnani who wanted to introduce this technique regardless of the cost of the lenses going higher.
Chakri Toleti has directed several movies such as Unnaipol Orauvan, Billa II in Tamil and Welcome to New York in Bollywood. Tamannaah, who became a sensation with the blockbuster Baahubali, will step into Kangana Ranaut’s shoes in Telugu remake of the Bollywood hit film, Queen while Prabhudeva is going to direct the third film in the Dabangg series, which will hit the theaters in 2020.
Khamoshi has been shot in London. The film is slated to hit the theatrical screens on May 31, 2019.