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'Toxic': Netizens Already Declare Yash Starrer 'Blockbuster' As Actor Unveils First Look With Title Announcement Video

'Yash 19' is now titled 'Toxic'. The title announcement video with the first look of the Rocking star took the internet by storm. The movie is all set to hit the screens on April 10, 2025.

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After 'KGF 2', Rocking star Yash is all set to enthral the audience with his next film. It has been titled 'Toxic' which was earlier tentatively titled 'Yash 19'. Yash and the makers shared a collaborative post as they shared the title announcement video on social media. 'Toxic' is helmed by National Award-winning director, Geetu Mohandas and it is her first collaboration with Yash. It is all set to hit the screens on April 10, 2025. 

The caption in the announcement video of 'Toxic' is a popular quote by poet Rumi that reads: "'What you seek is seeking you' - Rumi'' and ''A Fairy Tale for Grown-ups #TOXIC'' is added to it. The intriguing video gives us a glimpse of Yash's character where he is seen wearing a hat, a cigar in his mouth and holding a huge riffle with one hand. The BGM looks solid and from the video, we can make it out that the film will be packed with high-octane action scenes. Like his previous movies, 'KGF 1' and 'KGF 2', Yash seems to yet again set the box office on fire with 'Toxic'. 

As soon as the video was unveiled on social media, netizens went gaga and they already declared it 'blockbuster'. 

Have a look at some of the reactions on the X platform (formerly known as Twitter).

There have been several reports that claim that actress Sai Pallavi will play the female lead in the film but nothing has been confirmed yet. 'Toxic' is produced by KVN Productions. It is said to be made on a whopping budget. 

'Toxic' is said to be an action flick with the backdrop of the drug mafia operating in Goa. 

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