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Anand Mahindra Meets Bujji; The Futuristic Vehicle of Prabhas in Kalki 2898 AD

Anand Mahindra Drives 'Bujji': The Revolutionary Vehicle in Kalki 2898 AD Starring Prabhas

In an exciting development for cinema and automotive enthusiasts alike, Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra recently met Bujji, the futuristic vehicle featured in the highly anticipated film, Kalki 2898 AD. This meeting, shared on social media by the film’s creators, also saw Anand Mahindra taking Bujji for a ride, marking a unique collaboration between the worlds of film and advanced automotive design.

Bujji: More Than Just a Vehicle

In Kalki 2898 AD, Bujji isn’t just a mode of transportation; it is a crucial character and trusted companion to Prabhas’ character, Bhairava. The vehicle, voiced by Keerty Suresh, adds a layer of depth and innovation to the movie. Director Nag Ashwin’s vision brought Bujji to life with the help of Anand Mahindra, who connected the filmmaker with Jayem Automotives in Coimbatore to turn this futuristic idea into reality.

Spectacular Launch and Animated Series

The unveiling of Bujji was nothing short of spectacular. Launched at a grand event in Hyderabad, Bujji has quickly become a symbol of the innovative spirit behind Kalki 2898 AD. Adding to the excitement, an animated series titled “Bujji and Bhairava” was released on Amazon Prime Video on May 1. This two-episode series serves as a prelude to the main film, introducing audiences to the dynamic duo and the dystopian world they navigate.

A Milestone in Indian Cinema

Produced by C. Aswini Dutt, Swapna Dutt, and Priyanka Dutt under the Vyjayanthi Movies banner, Kalki 2898 AD is touted as the most expensive film in Indian cinema, with an astounding budget of Rs 600 crore. Featuring an ensemble cast including Prabhas, Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika Padukone, and Kamal Haasan, the film promises to be a cinematic marvel.

Scheduled for release on June 27, the film will be available in multiple languages, including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada, ensuring a wide reach across diverse audiences.


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