Koffee With Karan: Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, SS Rajamouli to feature in upcoming episode
Koffee With Karan's latest episode with team Bahubali revealed fun facts about Prabhas and Rana Daggubati
The 10th episode of Koffee With Karan season 6 is going to be a special one. Bahubali's mammoth success at the box-office opened up a plethora of interviews for the makers, cast and crew of the period drama. However, despite the frenzied paparazzi, actors Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty managed to remain a mystery to most fans and followers.
However, the latest episode of KwK brings the two male protagonists on the couch with director SS Rajamouli. The three look relaxed and almost human as compared to their larger than life on-screen personas as they speak with Karan, who was one of the co-producers on the franchise.
Both Rana and Prabhas have always shared a warm bond with each other, while Rajamouli's perfect equation with his beloved cast is not a secret either. This particular episode sees the trio open up in ways that would give the most ardent fans a pleasant surprise. The promotional video of the episode has Karan asking his guests who among Rana and Prabhas is a 'bad boy'. Rajamouli promptly takes Prabhas' name, adding that the actor "never gets caught". Rana seconds the claim saying he always gets caught when venturing into questionable territories.
This week's Koffee With Karan episode will have a generous dose of fun moments — from the guests addressing rumours around Prabhas-Anushka Shetty to the patent Never-Have-I-Ever games.
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