There is no denying to the fact that Prabhas is not just a huge star in South of India, but he also has a considerable fan following across the world. The actor, who rose to prominence after featuring in SS Rajamouli's Baahubali franchise, was last seen in the film Adipurush where he played a character inspired by Lord Rama.
While Prabhas fans swear by his gigantic persona, a recent incident triggered their anger to no end. It so happened that Netflix Indonesia shared a video clipping rom Prabhas starrer Saaho in which he is seen attempting Banzai Skydiving.
Thr actor is shown throwing a bag from a cliff and then grabbing the same in air by jumping off the clip. Later, the bag transforms into a parachute. What irked fans was the caption which translated in English to "What kind of action is this?"
Kamu NeeenYha ini akSi apAa? pic.twitter.com/RoWaMNYGIT— Netflix Indonesia ( NetflixID) November 2, 2022
Angered at this, Prabhas lovers have been unsubscribing from Netflix and posting screenshots on social media. Accusing the OTT platform of insulting the actor, some are even deleting the Netflix app from the phones, besides urging family members and friends to do the same.
Noteworthy, Sahoo is a 2019 film which marked the Hindi film debut of Prabhas and the Telugu film debut of leading lady Shraddha Kapoor. The storyline follows two covert operatives who are on the hunt for a thief who has stolen Rs 2000 crore.
Upon release, Sahoo became one of the highest grossing films of the year, with net collection in India at Rs. 302 crore in its lifetime run.
On work front, Prabhas has an interesting line-up of films in the future. He is gearing up for Nag Ashwin's tentatively titled film 'Project K', where he stars with Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan.
The 43-year-old actor has also signed up for a film named 'Spirit', to be directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga. He also has Prashanth Neel's (of KGF fame) Salaar in the pipeline, which also features Prithviraj Sukumaran and Shruti Hassan.