‘Radhe Shyam’ Trailer: Prabhas & Pooja Hegde’s Romantic Saga Promises To Be A Visual Delight

New Delhi: The wait is finally over. The makers of ‘Radhe Shyam’ have unveiled the trailer of the romantic drama, which stars Prabhas and Pooja Hegde in lead roles, at a grand event in Hyderabad on Thursday (December 23). As expected, the trailer of the film has managed to strike a chord with the audience within few hours of release.

The intriguing trailer features Prabhas and Pooja in never-before-seen roles. While the ‘Baahubali’ star is playing the role of Vikramaditya, Hegde is seen as his ladylove. Guess what? There’s a big twist in their fairytale love story.

Vikramaditya, who is the ‘Einstein of palmistry’, is blessed with special powers. There’s a big mystery element in the period sci-fi flick as Prabhas’ character can tell things about a person and his life, right from his/her birth to death. The plot sounds interesting, isn’t it?

While Prabhas and Pooja’s sizzling chemistry steals the limelight, fans have not been able to stop wondering about the conflict between their two characters. Interestingly, we have never seen a mysterious lover boy like Vikramaditya in Indian cinema. While Prabhas perfectly fits the bill for the character, Pooja complements him as his on-screen partner.

If the trailer is anything to go by, one can expect a tragic story filled with drama, emotions, romance and mystery. The visuals featuring blood-stained hands have piqued the interest of the audience.

The makers have left no stone unturned to bring on screen a magical love saga. They have filmed important sequences in picturesque locations of Italy and Georgia.

‘Radhe Shyam’, which has been produced by Bhushan Kumar, Vamsi and Pramod, will hit the silver screens on January 14, 2022. Radha Krishna Kumar has directed the much-awaited flick, which will release in multiple languages.

While Amaal Mallik, Manan Bhardwaj and Mithoon have composed the songs for the Hindi version, Justin Prabhakaran has created music for the Telugu version of ‘Radhe Shyam’.