Prakash Raj is ready to reach yet another milestone. The veteran actor, who started as a television artiste, has now become one of the most sought after villain in South films. In the recent years, he has made steady progress in the Bollywood. And now, the actor is venturing into Hollywood. What's more surprising part of the story is that he has bagged not one, but two films, of which one movie is legendary Steven Spielberg's Project.
The actor-turned-director has been approached for two Hollywood movies. The first is Six Suspects based on Vikas Swaroop's eponymous work. It has to be noted that Slumdog Millionaire was written by the same author titled Q&A and rest is history. He has signed this project on Saturday (September 21). The news was first broken by his close friend B Suresha, Kannada producer and director.
On his Facebook account, B Suresha wrote that he was happy to share the news with his followers that his close friend Prakash Raj had signed a Hollywood flick. The project will take off in March 2014. And the Kannada filmmaker was delighted to announce the news. But Prakash has not opened up on the same yet. Continue reading the story on the slideshow...
Steven Spielberg's Dream Works
The project is in early stages and the proposed movie will be made on Steven Spielberg's Dream Works. It has to be noted that both his movies are set in India.
Prakash Reading Script
Prakash Raj has been sent the script and he is reading the same, say sources. The upcoming movie is a joint venture of Dream Works and Reliance Entertainment.
Steven Spielberg's film is made on Indo-Pak border. The legendary filmmaker had announced it during his last visit to India.
Prakash To Sign
Meanwhile, Prakash Raj is set to sign his first project Six Suspects on Tuesday (September 24). The upcoming movie is directed by Argentine director Pablo Trapero.
Prakash To Announce...
Prakash Raj has shared the information with his close friends and he will open up on the issue in the coming days.