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Salaar – Ceasefire Movie Review – Prabhas gets a Dinosaur Hit

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Salaar – Ceasefire Movie Review – Prabhas gets a Dinosaur Hit

Rebel Star Prabhas, Prithviraj and Shruthi Hassan starrer Salaar – Part 1 – Ceasefire has been released worldwide with records screens and highest ticket bookings ever in India. Prashanth Neel is the director of this commericial mass action entertainer which is receiving positive response from the benefit shows across the globe. Tinu Anand, Eshwari Rao, Jagapathi Babu, Sriya Reddy, Garuda Ram are seen in other roles in this Ravi Basrur musical. Cinereporters here present exclusive review of Salaar – Part 1 below..

Story :-

Khaansaar Kingdom is being ruled by Raj Mannar (Jagapathi Babu) and he wants his son Varada Rajmannar (Prithviraj Sukumaran) to lead his kingdom after his demise. Post he returning from a long trip many other kings in other Kingdom eyes on Khaansaar and ready to war against Varada RajMannar to conquer it. To win against all these odds, Varada approaches his childhood friend Deva (Prabhas) who is living along with his mom as a mechanic. Aadhya (Shruti Haasan) plans to unite Varada and Deva and how Deva turns to Salaar forms the crux of the story…

Pros are here :-

In a simple note we can consider Salaar as a feast to Prabhas fans who are eagerly waiting since years post seeing disaster films like Adipurush and Radhe Shyam in the middle. Salaar is a full meals to Prabhas fans over there and Prabhas lived up to the role of Salaar and the elevations are top-notch on silver screens. His Performance looks like hungry cheetah ride with outstanding in action scenes, dialogue delivery and emotional part is delivered very well. Prasanth Neel reached the estimations of the audience finally with his full-pact energy in the direction and screenplay is major highlight of this actioner. Interval and few other action scenes gives goosebumps to the viewers. Even though KGF patches are seen on a whole it is a New Year treat to Telugu audience.

Cons are here :-

Few portions in the second half lacked the that elevated narration shown in the first half. Audience feel much confused in the second half when there is drama around the leading chair. In the first and second half of Salaar, Prabhas isn’t shown much in the starting reels as major highlighted with Eswari Rao and Prithviraj Sukumaran. This film is packed with loads of Action scenes which couldn’t attract some sections of audience.

Final Word :-

Salaar – Part 1 is dominated with hero elevation till the end of credits. Prasanth Neel proved himself as a mass action director even though many doubted his direction. Saalar is feast to Prabhas fans for this New Year. Along with Prabhas other lead stars done their part to the next level and screenplay is well-packed with story narration. Music and background score by Ravi Basrur is top-notch while cinemtography by Bhuvan Gowda is excellent in dark shades too. It is should be commented over action episodes designed by Anbarivu which is outstanding for the entire film. Production values are exceptional. One word could be said that Prabhas is the demon of this action film.

Rating : – 3.5/5

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