Prabhas shells out ₹60 lakh for lavish residence in London. Know why

Whenever Prabhas makes an appearance in public, he is swarmed by hundreds of fans for his autographs and selfies.

BySouth First Desk

Published Feb 26, 2024 | 7:02 PMUpdatedFeb 26, 2024 | 7:02 PM

prabhas shells out 60 lakh per month on London residence

Rebel Star Prabhas is currently working on three major projects and thus posing tough competition to his counterparts in the Telugu film industry.

Renowned for his unimaginable popularity across India, Prabhas has reportedly secured a lavish residence in London, with rental costs soaring to a staggering ₹60 lakh per month.

For the stature and craze of such an actor, it is a daunting task for Prabhas to navigate through the bustling streets of Hyderabad.

People swarm the actor if he steps out to visit a restaurant, shopping mall or a multiplex in the city.

Whenever Prabhas makes an appearance in public, he is swarmed by hundreds of fans who vie with each other for his autographs and selfies.

Against his backdrop, Prabhas rented a residence in London so he could move freely without restrictions.

But the stats show that around 6.5 lakh people from India live in London. Then, won’t it be a problem for Prabhas if he is spotted in public there? Let’s wait and watch.

On the work front, Prabhas has a hectic shooting schedule for Kalki: 2898-AD and The Raja Saab. These films are likely to hit the screens with an eight-month gap.

Further, the pan-India actor is all set to make a guest appearance in the upcoming movie Kannappa. There is a flurry of speculations as to what his role would look like.

After finishing these projects, Prabhas will dive into Hanu Raghavapudi’s film and has plans to kickstart Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s movie by year-end. However, details regarding Salaar 2 remain uncertain.

With a string of films lined up, the actor is strategically planning his film career.

Prabhas is reportedly taking a massive remuneration ranging from ₹100 crore to ₹200 crore per film!

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