Prashanth Neel’s much-anticipated venture, “Salaar: Cease Fire – Part 1,” continues its relentless box office rampage, solidifying its dominance as it inches closer to the monumental ₹400 crore mark within a mere 17 days of release. According to a Sacnilk report, “Salaar” amassed a staggering ₹5.75 crore across all languages on its 17th day, contributing to its impressive domestic collection of ₹392.94 crore.
The action-packed spectacle, released in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam, has captivated audiences with its adrenaline-pumping narrative set in the fictional city-state of Khansaar, featuring the magnetic Prabhas as Deva. Alongside Prabhas, the film boasts stellar performances by Prithviraj Sukumaran essaying the role of Vardharaja Mannaar, also known as Vardha, and the charismatic Shruti Haasan portraying Aadhya.
In a recent interview with ANI, Prithviraj Sukumaran expressed his delight working alongside Prabhas, praising the superstar’s amiable nature, stating, “Working with Prabhas is the easiest thing to do. He is a really nice guy. He just goes out of his way to make everyone around him very comfortable.”
Critics have weighed in on “Salaar” as well. Film critic Saibal Chatterjee, in a review, awarded the film 2.5 stars, highlighting its relentless pacing and immersive narrative. Chatterjee emphasized the film’s pulsating momentum, describing it as the primary driving force behind its appeal. He also lauded the sound design and background score for intensifying the raw essence of life in Khansaar, a domain ruled by an individual thriving on fear.
“Salaar” stands as a testament to Prashanth Neel’s directorial prowess, blending high-octane action with a captivating storyline, drawing audiences into the riveting world of power struggles and intense drama.
As the box office figures surge and the film continues to command audiences’ attention across multiple languages, “Salaar: Cease Fire – Part 1” solidifies its position as a blockbuster, promising an enthralling cinematic experience.
Sources By Agencies