Pushpa 2 Kalki 2898 AD

Pan-India films have indeed become quite common these days, with releases happening almost every month, regardless of whether they genuinely warrant the label of being pan-Indian.

Now, there’s a new trend emerging in the Indian film industry: pan-World films. Currently, only three films stand out in this category: Pushpa 2, Kalki 2898 AD, and the upcoming Mahesh Babu-Rajamouli collaboration.

Pushpa 2’s claim to being a pan-world film is somewhat questionable. While the first part luckily achieved pan-India success, the sequel still needs to prove itself as a blockbuster on the pan-India level.

Nonetheless, Allu Arjun and the team are aggressively promoting it on international platforms like Berlin, aiming to position it as a global cinematic experience rather than just an Indian one.

On the other hand, Prabhas’ Kalki 2898 AD appears to be a genuine contender for the pan-world label. With its grand scale, adherence to international standards, and visionary narrative promising a wholly immersive experience.

Its presence at San Diego’s Comic-Con underscores its potential to transcend geographical boundaries and captivate audiences worldwide.

Lastly, Mahesh Babu’s collaboration with SS Rajamouli represents the epitome of a pan-world film.

Following the monumental success of RRR, Rajamouli has garnered acclaim even in the Western world, earning praise from legends like Steven Spielberg and James Cameron.

With plans for an even grander scale and international talent involvement, coupled with strategies to secure International buyers and ensure a global release, this project is poised to redefine the boundaries of Indian cinema on a global level.