Yash’s Next Movie Is Not KGF 3, Reveals The Director

The Rocking Star Yash’s popularity has spread across the globe following the monstrous success of KGF Chapter 2. His fans are very excited to see Rocky Bhai back in action for KGF 3. But, Yash may not be seen as Rocky for the next few years, revealed the director.

Yash’s next project is not with Neel

Long before the release of KGF2, it was unanimously declared that the official announcement for Yash’s next project will be made soon. However, to date, there has been no official announcement regarding Rocky Bhai’s next movie which was quite disheartening for fans.


Recently, KGF director Prashanth Neel appeared before the media and answered some details regarding Salaar and his next project.

“Currently I am busy with Prabhas for the movie Salaar. After that, I have another project with Jr. NTR,” says Neel.

With this statement, it is sure that the duo of Prashanth Neel and Yash will not be working together for KGF Chapter 3 any time soon. And also, Yash 19 will be a film where Rocking Star Yash will be seen working with Mufti fame Narthan.


Other projects for Yash

As per some earlier reports, the actor has signed not one but 3 more mega projects, enough to keep him occupied throughout the next years. Apparently, the actor has signed back-to-back four Pan India films, making the actor’s schedule tight for the next five years.

Along with Narthan, Yash’s other projects include collaboration with Telugu producer, Dil Raju, who has seemingly signed a film with the actor, paying him a whopping 100 crore remuneration for the same. Also, Rocky Bhai’s next project is with the well-known director from the Tamil industry, S Shankar, who has planned an 800-crore budget film with the star, the director is known to make big-budget films like 2.0 starring Rajnikanth and Akshay Kumar and I featuring Chiyaan Vikram.

Yash’s fourth project is perhaps the most anticipated film, with Prashant Neel, KGF 3. For now, the actor has not resumed the shooting work with any of the projects, as all films are under pre-production.