Kalki 2898AD Nag Aswin

As the release date approaches, the creators of Kalki 2898 AD have finally woken up and shared content that is exciting. Following the trailer and the first single, Bhairava Anthem, director Nag Ashwin is ready to take audiences on a journey through his ambitious project starring Prabhas.

To build anticipation for the film’s launch, the creators will be releasing a series of short video glimpses titled The Prelude Of Kalki 2898 AD.

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These videos will reveal the behind-the-scenes efforts that went into crafting the film. Today the first episode of The Prelude Of Kalki 2898 AD was unveiled.

Nag Ashwin reveals that Kalki 2898 AD begins where the epic Mahabharat ends. He calls Kalki a “Sequel To Mahabharata.”

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He describes how his creative vision imagines the unfolding of Kaliyug, blending Indian mythology with universal themes.

Nag Ashwin sees Kalki 2898 AD as the “FINAL END”, drawing from ancient Puranas and epics, and spent five years developing its storyline exploring themes of light, darkness, and humanity’s destiny.

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Based on the social media reactions, this prelude surpasses the trailer in impact. It vividly articulates Nag Ashwin’s filmmaking vision better than any other promotional content for the film.

It resonates deeply with audiences who appreciate Hindu dharma, connecting with them on a profound level.

The way Nag Ashwin discusses Mahabharata, our Puranas, and Indian mythology was truly worthy of goosebumps. Many feel this promotional material should have been released and promoted much earlier.




Is it too late now, well at least better late than never!