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'Yash 19' Is Titled 'Toxic': Makers Drop An Intriguing Title Announcement Video With First Look

'Yash 19' has finally got a title. The makers and the actor shared the title announcement video on social media today. 'Yash 19' is now titled, 'Toxic' and is slated to release on April 10, 2025.

Yash 19, Toxic

The makers of 'Yash 19' has finally unveiled its title. 'KGF' star Yash's next movie is now titled 'Toxic'. On December 8, Yash and the makers dropped an intriguing title announcement video. It will be released on April 10, 2025. 

Yash along with the production house, KVN Productions, in a collaborative post, shared the video on social media with a quote by famous poet, Rumi, ''‘What you seek is seeking you’ - Rumi'' and added  ''A Fairy Tale for Grown-ups #TOXIC''. 

Recently, the actor shared an intriguing poster, where a big question mark can be seen and below it was written, "Title announcement 8 December 9:55 AM".

'Toxic' marks Geetu Mohandas and Yash's first collaboration. The film is being bankrolled by Venkat K Narayana under KVN Productions.

Reportedly, Sai Pallavi will be playing the female lead in the film which will mark her debut in the Sandalwood industry. Nothing has been confirmed yet but if the reports happen to be true, it would be great to see the on-screen chemistry of Yash and Sai Pallavi.

Talking about Yash, he made his film debut in 2007 with the film 'Jambada Hudugi'. Later, he was seen in many films like 'Rocky', 'Moggina Manasu', 'Googly', 'Gajakesar', 'Raja Huli', 'Mr and Mrs Ramachari' and 'Masterpiece' among others. 

But 'KGF: Chapter 1', he became a pan-India star. 'K.G.F: Chapter 1' released in 2018 followed by the second instalment 'K.G.F: Chapter 2' in 2022. Both were blockbusters and broke several records at the box office. 'KGF 2' is currently the fourth highest-grossing Indian film. 'KGF 3' is also in the pipeline. Reportedly, the shoot will commence soon and it will hit the screens in 2025. 

There have also been rumours of him making his Bollywood debut with Nitesh Tiwari's 'Ramayana'. Earlier, reacting to it, Yash had said, "I’m not going anywhere. Don’t worry about rumours.”

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