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Actor Nitish Bharadwaj, who played Lord Krishna in BR Chopra’s Mahabharat, recently got candid about Nag Ashwin’s Kalki 2898 AD. The actor, during a recent interaction, Nitish praised the film’s director for seamlessly merging the Mahabharat characters with a futuristic theme. He also revealed which character he thinks is bound to die in the upcoming sequel. Read on to know all he said.

Nitish Bharadwaj Praises Kalki 2898 AD

Praising the director for an impressive narrative, Nitish Bharadwaj told News 18, “(Nag Ashwin has) made clever use of Mahabharat characters and the futuristic birth of Mahavishnu’s last avatar Kalki. Hindi film producers must learn from the South as they are so deeply rooted in our scriptures and epics that even their inspirational versions seem correct. No doubt, Kalki seems to have definite visual inspiration from Mad Max movies. Yet, it seemed different because, eventually, the sets and production design were less important to me than the foreground story. Ashwin merged the 2 extremely well.”

Nitish predicts who will die

During the same interaction, Nitish also got candid about who he thinks will die in the Kalki 2898 AD sequel. He said, “Prabhas, aka Karna, will die in the ambition of being accepted by the villain despite Ashwatthama (Amitabh Bachchan) and Krishna showing him the path to redemption.”

He also added that if the makers are looking for an actor to play Lord Krishna, he is available. Recently, Nag got candid about the casting of Lord Krishna in his movie. He told Pinkvilla, “The idea was to always keep him a silhouette and formless, without an identity. Otherwise, it just becomes a person or an actor. The idea was always to keep him dark-skinned and silhouetted, just like a mysterious figure. I think that’ll (casting) go against the point.”

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Also Read: Kalki 2898 AD REVIEW: Amitabh Bachchan, Prabhas, Deepika Padukone look believable, the amalgamation of Hindu mythology and dystopian comes with a few flaws

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