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Shraddha 'excited' to work with Prabhas in 'Saaho'

Published On : 18 Aug 2017


Mumbai, (PTI) Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor will be Prabhas' leading lady in "Saaho" and the actor says she is looking forward to work with the "Baahubali" star.

The sci-fi action film will be directed by Sujeeth and will also feature Neil Nithin Mukesh as the antagonist.

Taking to Twitter, Shraddha wrote, "So so excited to be a part of the 'Saaho' team and to be working with Prabhas!!!"

This will be Shraddha's first film with Prabhas, whose last released "Baahubali 2" broke several records at the box office.

Meanwhile, Shraddha is gearing up for the release of "Haseena Parkar" that also features her brother Siddhanth Kapoor.

It will arrive in cinemas on September 22.







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