Saaho most crucial shooting schedule starts from today

Saaho most crucial shooting schedule starts from todaySaaho starring Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor,  is one of the most anticipated Telugu films in recent times. According to the latest update, the most crucial schedule of Saaho has been started today at Hyderabad.

It is known news that Young Rebel star Prabhas has wrapped up 60 days long action sequence shoot of upcoming science fiction thriller drama Saaho, in Abu Dhabi recently.  The high octane action sequences of  Saaho have already become the talked of the town. The next shoot schedule has been started from today i.e 11th July 2018.  Saaho is being helmed by Sujeeth Reddy of Run Raja Run fame and bankrolled by Vamsi and Pramod under the banner of UV Creations. The makers wrote on the official twitter page of UV Creations, “Most crucial schedule of #Saaho begins today at Hyderabad. Stay tuned.”

Saaho is being made on the lavish budget of Rs 250 Cr and the film is being shot simultaneously in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam languages. Saaho will showcase high voltage  action sequences for which the makers have brought a world-acclaimed action choreographer Kenny Bates on the board.

After SS Rajamouli’s historic and war drama Baahubali:The Beginning and Baahubali 2:The Conclusion, Prabhas has become most sought-after hero in Tollywood. This has raised audience expectations on Saaho. Bollywood actor Neil Nithin Mukesh, is playing the antagonist whereas Shraddha Kapoor is playing the love interest of Prabhas. Apart from lead pair, the Saaho has other stars like Evelyn Sharma, Jackie Shroff, Tinnu Anand, Chunkey Pandey, Mahesh Manjrekar and Mandira Bedi in supporting roles.

Saaho has music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy. Madhie of The Ghazi Attack-fame is cranking the camera.  The makers of Saaho promises to present Prabhas in a never-seen-before action packed avatar.

Bollywood producer Bhushan Kumar and his company T Series will present Saaho in the northern markets of India. The movie is expected to hit the theaters late this year or early 2019.