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 As Baahubali completes an 8-year milestone today (July 10), the movie undoubtedly remains one of the most successful films of Prabhas' career. However, while many thought that the iconic movie will pave the way for the actor to deliver further hits, many of his films turned out to be a flop post the SS Rajamouli directorial. Let us take a look at the same. 

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There were a lot of expectations banking on Saaho especially due to Prabhas' fiery action avatar and his fresh pairing with Shraddha Kapoor. However, the movie not only turned out to be a box office flop but was also criticized by film critics.
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Radhe Shyam
While the unique subject of the movie and the production value had many expectations of the fans from Radhe Shyam, the movie failed to do wonders at the box office. The makers were called out to just ride on the stardom of Prabhas and a mammoth budget instead of focusing on the quality.
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This has to be one of the biggest disasters and heavily criticized films of Prabhas in the recent times. Director Om Raut was called out for making a mockery of Ramayan with the shabby execution. Prabhas was furthermore called out for being unfit in the role of Lord Ram. Be it his physical features or his performance, many of his die-hard fans were also not convinced with the same. The movie failed to perform at the box office after the first week and was even more trashed by the critics.
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High expectations banking on Project K
Apart from Salaar, fans are all eagle-eyed for Project K which is made on a budget of Rs 600 crore by Nag Ashwin. Fans are hoping that both Salaar and Project K turn out to be a turning point for Prabhas. The movie also stars Amitabh Bachchan and Deepika Padukone.
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Will Salaar be a game changer?
After the impressive teaser of Salaar dropped recently, many fans started predicting that the Prashanth Neel directorial might finally be a game changer for Prabhas after delivering consecutive flops. The teaser of the movie crossed 100 million views in just 4 days.

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