Rana Daggubati, who plays the role of Bhallaladeva in Baahubali 2, shocked everyone when he revealed that he is blind from his right eye. Now, Sharad Kelkar, the man behind Prabhas’s voice in the Hindi version of the film, has made a shocking revelation.
The TV actor is now making huge headlines thanks to SS Rajamouli’s fiction drama Baahubali: The Conclusion. The film is creating waves across boundaries and winning hearts all the way.
However, it is Sharad Kelkar’s recent confession that has caught our attention. The 40-year-old actor said that he battled a speech defect until a few years ago.
In an interview with a leading daily, he revealed, “I would stammer when I got too excited or angry. In fact, I was thrown out of a show because of that”.
The telly actor didn't admit to lending his voice to the first part because no one expected the film to do so well, he said.
"When Bahubali was offered to me, the makers wanted to do a voice test and I was not keen, because at that time, no one thought the film would be that big. I agreed because I wanted to meet SS Rajamouli", adds Sharad.
He further said that working with Rajamouli was his remuneration and he is ecstatic with the response that Baahubali 2 is garnering.
"If it crosses Rs 1,000 crore, I'd be a small part of something that is creating history”, an elated Sharad said.
Besides lending voice to Prabhas in Baahubali 1 and 2, Sharad Kelkar has also dubbed for Vin Diesel for the Hindi version of XXX: Return Of Xander Cage and Dwayne Johnson for Moana.