Adipurush star Prabhas announces his wedding location amid dating rumours with co-star Kriti Sanon


On Tuesday night in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, the second trailer for Om Raut’s upcoming masterpiece “Adipurush” was unveiled by the film’s producers in a big celebration. The actors Prabhas and Kriti Sanon, as well as Sunny Singh, Raut, producer Bhushan Kumar, and others, attended the occasion.

Since quite some time, there have been rumours that Prabhas and Kriti are dating. Despite the actors’ denials of these rumours, the rumours have not yet died down.

Fans flocked to the event in great numbers to watch Prabhas and Kriti live and experience their irresistible chemistry, which they had already witnessed in the “Adipurush” promos and songs.

With so many famous people getting married recently, Prabhas has been asked about his wedding plans at practically every event.

On Tuesday, after first avoiding the questions, he eventually made a significant admission regarding his wedding, driving his supporters into a frenzy.


The throng during the event included Prabhas’ supporters, who regularly questioned him about his upcoming nuptials. While the ‘Baahubali’ did not specify a specific date, he did add that he will wed in Tirupati, the town where the Tirupati temple is located.

“Marriage? Someday, I’ll get married in Tirupati only,” he promised his admirers, leaving them to speculate who the lucky bride might be.

Prabhas is currently preparing to portray Lord Ram in the next movie “Adipurush,” which opens in theatres on June 16.

In the movie, Kriti is slated to portray the part of Sita, who is referred to in the teaser and trailers as Janaki, her other name.

The rumours of Prabhas and Kriti’s increasing friendship first surfaced last year, and they gained steam after Varun Dhawan mocked Kriti by calling her Prabhas on national television. Even suspicions that the two were engaged were dispelled by the actress, who wrote that Varun was simply having fun after being “a little too excited.”


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