Do you know amazing things about powerful warrior?

The trailer of kalki 2898 AD has been released. As soon as the trailer was released, there has been more buzz about the film because the trailer is going to give you goosebumps. The visual effects are such that you would have never seen in any indian film before. Talking about the strongest and most powerful character in the trailer, amitabh bachchan seems to be overshadowing everyone in this case.

The film also stars actors like prabhas, deepika Padukone, kamal haasan and Disha Patani. Who are going to face a fierce war in the world of destruction. prabhas is playing the role of Bhairava in the film, while deepika is in the character of Padma. After watching the trailer of this film directed by Nag Ashwin, people's craze about Amitabh's role has increased further.

In which role was amitabh bachchan seen?

Amitabh Bachchan is sharing the screen with prabhas for the first time in this film. The story of the film is set in 2898 AD. In the film, he is seen in the role of ashwatthama, son of Guru Dronacharya and one of the most powerful warriors of the Mahabharata era. A dialogue is also heard in the trailer of the film, in which there is a mention of a warrior from 6000 years ago. ashwatthama had a mani on his forehead since birth, due to which he was full of amazing power. However, according to mythology, he killed the children of the Pandavas in the womb itself.

Who removed the mani from Ashwatthama's forehead?

Angered by this, arjun removed the mani from his forehead. Without this mani, he is living with the curse of being immortal as long as the universe exists. There are also many legends that ashwatthama is still alive. In a scene in the trailer, he is shown getting the mani. From where it becomes clear that his powers have returned again and he is seen standing in front of prabhas for war like a dangerous opponent. However, Filmibeat quotes Deadline as saying that director Nag Ashwin also said, "There is no character in the film that is worshipped by a large number of Hindus."

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