Maheswara Rao Nadella | Published On: Oct, 24, 2023 | 03:13 PM
Renowned Kannada actor Yash, best known for his iconic portrayal in the KGF franchise, is all set to embark on an exhilarating journey in Bollywood. With his grand entry into Nitesh Tiwari’s ambitious project, Ramayana, Yash is slated to essay the role of the formidable Ravana, an undertaking for which he reportedly commanded a staggering Rs 150 crore.
While the KGF 3 is on the horizon, Yash is keen on leaving an indelible mark in the world of Hindi cinema. Striving to strike a perfect balance between his commitments, Yash plans to divide his time efficiently between the two significant ventures, showcasing his unwavering dedication and passion for the craft.
In preparation for his role as Ravana, Yash is meticulously crafting a unique appearance, distinct from his portrayal in the KGF series. Engaging in intensive discussions and strategic planning sessions, the actor is actively fine-tuning his physicality to fully embody the essence of this powerful character.
Amidst buzz and speculation surrounding Ranbir Kapoor’s alleged transformation for the role of Lord Rama, recent reports have refuted these claims, indicating that his focus remains on his upcoming film Animal. Details regarding his preparation and approach to the character of Lord Rama will be unveiled at a later stage.
Prior announcements revealed Yash’s collaboration with Malayalam director Geethu Mohandas for an upcoming project tentatively titled Yash 19, slated to commence production in December. Touted as a high-content action film, discussions hint at the potential involvement of actress Samyuktha in a pivotal role, yet official confirmations are pending.
Post the monumental success of KGF, Yash has been meticulously assessing his future endeavours, meticulously handpicking projects that resonate with his artistic sensibilities. As the narrative surrounding Yash’s Bollywood odyssey unfolds, fans and critics alike eagerly await the unveiling of this exciting chapter in the actor’s illustrious career.