Medical Restrictions Kept Big B Away From San Diego Comic-Con
MUMBAI, (IANS) – Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says he skipped the ‘Kalki 2898 AD’ panel at San Diego’s Comic-Con even though filmmaker Nag Ashwin wanted him to come along, because of “work and medical restrictions.”
Amitabh took to his blog and wrote: “Alright. so. San Diego and K, the project. a great moment for the film and the makers and all those that went there for the release of the first look for it. I was pushed hard by Nagi Sir to come along but work and medical restrictions have kept me away from many such occasions.”
The icon shared that the first look “was pretty darn good.”
“So. but I must admit that the first look was pretty darn good. wasn’t it? style, music, frames. everything …. and finally, the reveal of K. KALKI. mythologically so important. 2898 AD!! ‘AD’ has been changed has it not,” he wrote.
He then went on to explain the meaning of ‘AD’ in the film’s title.
“Yes. AD, which I think was ‘anno domini’, meaning ‘in the year of the Lord’. was changed to CE – common era. and BC, became BCE – before the common era! Why so. have no idea. it was related to the birth of Christ, before and after. hence. but each region in the World has its own year and month and is named according to their calculated calendars.”
The San Diego Comic-Con was attended by Kamal Haasan, Prabhas, and Rana Daggubati. Big B joined the panel via a Zoom video call. In the event, it was announced that the film, which was earlier titled ‘Project K’, has been titled Kalki 2898 AD.