In three words, Deepika Padukone sums up her views about working on Project K alongside Prabhas and Nag Ashwin:
Deepika Padukone has been making headlines recently after launching her ambitious project with Prabhas and Nag Ashwin. Deepika and Prabhas will star in the film, which is tentatively titled Project K, while Amitabh Bachchan will play a significant part. Deepika's admirers are eager to hear about her experience working with Prabhas and Nag Ashwin, as the first schedule recently took place in Hyderabad. Deepika summed up her views about working on Project K in three terms during a recent chat.
Deepika said she is 'nervous, enthusiastic, and curious' to be working with Nag Ashwin and Prabhas in an interview with Anupama Chopra of Film Companion. She also revealed that the film will have a lot of VFX and that she will have to shoot in a language other than Hindi. She did say, however, that she is looking forward to beginning a new adventure with Prabhas and Nag Ashwin. Deepika also explained why she is apprehensive about working on such a large project.
Deepika, when asked about it, remarked, "I'm nervous because I believe it will feel like familiar territory when the camera rolls. I've never worked with Prabhas before; I've never worked with Nag before; and I'm going to have to do this in a language other than Hindi. So there are quite a few of them. It's also a film with a lot of visual effects. There are a lot of visual effects in this film. So, including the character, the world, everything is all new. I'm simply intrigued, excited, and nervous. This is how I'm now feeling. I'm excited because we're beginning on a new path; I'm nervous because it's unknown, but I'm also excited."
Meanwhile, Prabhas recently surprised Deepika with delectable snacks from home on the closing day of the first schedule of Project K. On her social media account, the actress showed a glimpse of it. Deepika and Prabhas' fans are ecstatic to see them collaborate on such a large project. The film will be released in multiple languages.