Prabhas’ Kalki 2898 AD has ignited a frenzy among audiences across the world. The buzz surrounding the film’s advance bookings has reached unprecedented heights, setting new benchmarks and reaffirming Prabhas’ star power.

However, amidst this fervent rush, a quirky twist emerged: some moviegoers inadvertently booked tickets for Rajasekhar’s 2019 film, also titled Kalki, according to reports.

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Fortunately, Book My Show promptly assured these patrons that their tickets would seamlessly transfer to Prabhas’ film.

Interestingly, Rajasekhar’s Kalki had 30 shows swiftly filling—a testament to the hype to witness Prabhas’ film on the big screen.

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Within the first hour alone of opening the advance bookings in Telangana on Book My Show, over 56,000 tickets were snapped up, underscoring the overwhelming demand to watch Nag Ashwin’s dream project.

In Karnataka, cinema lovers wasted no time, securing 20,000 tickets since the early hours of the morning. The excitement isn’t confined to one region—advance bookings have also kicked off in Telangana and Tamil Nadu, with Hyderabad gearing up for 4:30 AM screenings that sold out within minutes of release.

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The sheer scale of interest has poised ‘Kalki 2898 AD’ for a historic day-one opening.

As the countdown to release day accelerates, the anticipation surrounding Kalki 2898 AD continues to soar, promising audiences a visual extravaganza unlike any other.