Baahubali writer K. Vijayendra Prasad denies report of collaborating with Bollywood Superstar Aamir Khan for Mahabharat.
Since past few days rumours were circulating that Baahubali writer and father of S.S Rajamouli K. Vijayendra Prasad is in talks with Aamir Khan for Mahabharat. K. Vijayendra Prasad has also been a writer for Bollywood Blockbuster Bajrangi Bhaijaan.
Earlier report suggested, K. Vijayendra Prasad was quoted saying, “The dialogue has started between me and Mr Aamir Khan regarding ‘Mahabharat’ we will begin work on the script. It is too pre-mature to talk anything in detail about the project”.
However according to latest report by Bollywood Hungama the writer denied all these rumours saying there were some miscommunication between him and the reporters as language is one of the biggest barrier. He said, ” The reporter did speak to me. But I think there was some miscommunication because of a language problem. Also because I am not able to catch all of a conversation on the phone. The fact is, there is no such collaboration with Aamir.”
Mahabharat has been one of the most auspicious project of many filmmakers, but currently it seems difficult as huge budget along with great starcasts is a must. For past few years there has been a lot of buzz about making of Mahabharat. Aamir Khan has often revealed, how much interested he is in playing the role of Karna in Mahabharat movie if it is ever made.
Recently Mahabharat by B.R Chopra which was re-telecasted on DD witnessed a huge popularity among all generations. It became one of the most watched show. People are keen to learn about India’s rich history and composite culture and what better way than making it as a film, which could transmit the learning and lessons among the millennials.