A few weeks ago, social media was abuzz about Yash's movie announcement which will mark his 19th film. Yash 19 as it was tentatively titled, was the talk-of-the-town. After all, it features the actor's first movie after the successful KGF franchise which catapulted Yash to national fame. Today, on December 8, Rocking Star Yash and the makers of Yash 19 unveiled the actual title of the film. Yash 19 is not titled Toxic, and the film will release in theatres on April 10, 2025.
Yash 19 Title OUT
You heard that right. Yash 19 is now titled Toxic: A Fairy Tale For Grown-Ups. The makers KVN Productions took to X (formerly known as Twitter) and wrote, "'What you seek is seeking you' - Rumi A Fairy Tale for Grown-ups"
About Yash 19 or Toxic
Yash 19 or Toxic is produced by KVN Productions. The rest of the details of the film including the cast and crew are yet to be announced. Malayalam actor-turned-filmmaker Geethu Mohandas, known for her National Award-winning film Liar’s Dice, is directing Yash’s next.
When asked about his much-talked-about project, at an event in Malaysia, Yash said, “I won’t say it will be something massive, but it will be a good film. I will be announcing it very soon. Have a little patience, and trust me. You can surely expect one good kick-ass film.”
In September, Yash and the team of his film were in London for a two-week scouting expedition. During that time, Yash met renowned Hollywood stunt choreographer and director JJ Perry.
Yash's film to star 3 heroines?
A few days ago, it was reported that Sai Pallavi would collaborate with Yash in Yash 19. According to the same report, Sai Pallavi will make her debut in Sandalwood with the KGF star. Although there hasn't been an official confirmation of the project yet, fans are quite excited to see this pair.
The latest reports suggest that the makers have roped in three heroines and have decided to keep details about the leading ladies under wraps. It is said that the team has already locked down the entire cast of this ambitious action thriller.
It was previously reported that Yash will play the negative role in Nitesh Tiwari's adaptation of the Ramayana, which stars Ranbir Kapoor and Sai Pallavi in the lead.