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SSMB29: Will Hollywood A-Listers Appear in SS Rajamouli and Mahesh Babu’s Film? What We Know Is This

<p>In 2022, the public was very excited by the announcement that Mahesh Babu and SS Rajamouli will be working together on a film, provisionally titled SSMB 29. This partnership, which has been billed as the next great thing in Indian film, has been anxiously anticipated by fans. As we wait for additional information about the movie, a recent story mentioned Vijayendra Prasad’s comments about Hollywood celebrities appearing in the “pan-world” movie.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-144202″ src=”https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/theindiaprint.com-soon-honor-phones-will-be-available-in-india-will-it-be-a-chinese-or-indian-brand-download-2023-08-24t180809.536.jpg” alt=”theindiaprint.com soon honor phones will be available in india will it be a chinese or indian brand download 2023 08 24t180809.536″ width=”1302″ height=”729″ srcset=”https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/theindiaprint.com-soon-honor-phones-will-be-available-in-india-will-it-be-a-chinese-or-indian-brand-download-2023-08-24t180809.536.jpg 300w, https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/theindiaprint.com-soon-honor-phones-will-be-available-in-india-will-it-be-a-chinese-or-indian-brand-download-2023-08-24t180809.536-150×84.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1302px) 100vw, 1302px” title=”SSMB29: Will Hollywood A-Listers Appear in SS Rajamouli and Mahesh Babu's Film? What We Know Is This 6″></p>
<p>According to report, the movie’s screenwriter Vijayendra Prasad indicated in his most recent interview that Hollywood celebrities would be brought in for an action-adventure set in Africa. If the reports are accurate, they are not shocking, particularly after seeing SS Rajamouli’s RRR storm in Hollywood, which made big names like Makoto Shinkai, Steven Spielberg, and James Cameron fall in love with his work. Earlier, there were rumors circulating that a number of Hollywood celebrities, including Chris Hemsworth, would make cameo appearances in Mahesh Babu’s movie. Furthermore, the collaboration between SS Rajamouli and the CAA (Creative Artists Agency) talent agency in Hollywood suggests the possibility of such a scenario. However, the creators have not yet provided an official confirmation.</p>
<p>The role played by Mahesh Babu in the forthcoming movie director SS Rajamouli is said to be based on Lord Hanuman. This movie will follow the tradition of Rajamouli’s previous works in which he drew inspiration from Indian epics like the Ramayana and Mahabharata. Mahesh Babu’s character would resemble Lord Hanuman, who is famed for his bravery and resolve when overcoming hardships in the woods, despite the fact that the story is set in an African jungle adventure. The character’s journey is anticipated to follow the Ramayana’s progression, but with Rajamouli’s own twist. This thrilling blend of Indian mythology and an African wild backdrop will be on display for viewers in the film.</p>
<p>The movie is anticipated to surpass RRR in scale, according to screenwriter KV Vijayendra Prasad. Mahesh Babu will devote three months to training in the workshop for his part as pre-production work for this pan-Indian movie has already begun. The film’s grandiose goals are described as a global journey with action, thrills, and drama by director SS Rajamouli. Given the picture’s global appeal, he wants to work with top professionals from both the Indian and Hollywood film industries to secure the greatest results.</p>
<p>Deepika Padukone is reportedly being considered for the female lead role, despite the cast and crew not having been formally revealed. SSMB 29 is undoubtedly building up to be a highly anticipated cinematic event with such high-profile actors and the promise of a large-scale production.</p>
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