After all those out of the world hero roles, Prithviraj is finally opting for a change like his mentor director Ranjith. Following the senior filmmaker who made immense success travelling in a different route away from his pucca commercial entertainers, Prithvi will also change lanes after completing a couple of films that he has already committed. The actor who is on to action flicks like 'Hero' will start to do new generation flicks by the end of this year.
It is reported that Prithvi's change of mind is all due to the appreciation that his contemporaries like Fahad Fazil, Vineeth Sreenivasan and Indrajith has accumulated after being in that sort of films.
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