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Kalki 2898 – A.D: An Upcoming Indian Epic Science-Fiction Dystopian Film

Kalki 2898 – A.D: An Upcoming Indian Epic Science-Fiction Dystopian Film

“Kalki 2898 – A.D” is an ambitious upcoming Indian epic science-fiction dystopian film with significant roots in Hindu mythology. Nag Ashwin, who both directs and writes the screenplay for this cinematic masterpiece, is the driving force behind its creative vision. The film is produced by Vyjayanthi Movies, which is led by C. Aswani Dutt.

Kalki 2898 - A.D

“Kalki 2898 – A.D” transports viewers into a post-apocalyptic world set in the distant future of 2898 AD, using Telugu and Hindi as its languages. It offers a compelling story woven together with rich cultural aspects and future vistas.

The cast is led by renowned actor Prabhas, who plays the eponymous role, and is joined by a great ensemble that includes iconic personalities such as Amitabh Bachchan and Kamal Haasan, as well as celebrated actresses Deepika Padukone and Disha Patani.

“Kalki 2898 – A.D” was first announced in February 2020 under the working title Project K, coinciding with Vyjayanthi Movies’ 50th anniversary. However, the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic caused a year-long delay in manufacture. Filming ultimately began in July 2021, on a futuristic set in Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad, and would last three years, with several schedules.

“Kalki 2898 – A.D” has a whopping budget of ₹600 crore (US$75 million), making it the most costly Indian film ever made. The film’s musical compositions are orchestrated by the legendary Santhosh Narayanan, and Djordje Stojiljkovic captures its visual essence through cinematography. Nitin Zihani Choudhary, known for his work in “Tumbbad” (2018), has been tasked with the detailed production design.

Anticipation for “Kalki 2898 – A.D” grows as it prepares for a global release on May 9, 2024, promising an immersive cinematic experience that crosses time and genre barriers.