Young director Prasanth Varma hit the jackpot with ‘Hanu-Man‘, a massive blockbuster that raked in over 250 crore at the box office and earned $5 million in the US. Despite facing tough competition, the movie emerged succes.
However, amidst his success, rumours swirled around Prasanth Varma, including a false claim that he regretted waiting for actors Ram Charan and Allu Arjun‘s dates for a project. He swiftly refuted the gossip on Twitter, clarifying that he holds immense respect for the stars and looks forward to collaborating with them if the right script comes along.
Prasanth Varma goes on to his next tasks. He is preparing for ‘Jai Hanuman’, which will be released in 2025, as well as ‘Adhira’, another superhero film. Inspired by worldwide superhero universes, Prasanth hopes to include Indian heritage, mythology, and culture into his creations.
He views the Prasanth Varma Cinematic Universe (PVCU) as a platform for telling compelling stories from India’s rich history. His passion for storytelling and desire to amuse audiences demonstrate his dedication to the industry. As he starts on new projects, Prasanth Varma stays committed to telling compelling stories that appeal with a wide range of viewers.