Prabhas is different from the usual glitz and glamour of famous life. Unlike many stars, he keeps a low-key image and rarely talks to the media or attends expensive public events outside of movies. Prabhas doesn't like big parties to celebrate his movie wins. Instead, he prefers to stay away from such events.
Prabhas is known for having a low-key social media presence, and he keeps his fans up to date by posting updates from time to time on his Instagram and Facebook pages. But he doesn't bombard his followers with constant updates about his personal life. Instead, he only shares stories on Instagram when he wants to praise a movie he just saw and liked or when a movie is coming out or being promoted.
Prabhas's usually low-key social media activity took a surprising turn recently. On Thursday night, someone broke into his official Facebook page, which worried his many fans. 'Humans Being Unlucky' was written next to a post that was inappropriate and had odd viral videos from the internet. Luckily, Prabhas's team acted quickly and took back control of his Facebook account. This made sure that his 24 million fans were safe.
Prabhas only follows one page on Facebook: the director SS Rajamouli's. This adds to the mystery surrounding him as a private and reserved star.
Even though Prabhas is quiet, he is still a big deal in the movie business. Fans can't wait for his next movie, 'Salaar,' which will be directed by the skilled Prashanth Neel and come out on September 28. In the movie, Shruti Haasan plays the main character, and Prithviraj Sukumaran plays the bad guy.
Notably, Prabhas is also in the highly awaited project 'Kalki 2898 AD,' which is being led by Nag Ashwin. Amitabh Bachchan, Kamal Haasan, Deepika Padukone, and Disha Patani are all in the movie, which is a big plus.
As Prabhas moves through the worlds of fame and art, his quiet style continues to fascinate and intrigue both fans and people in the industry.