Prabhas Talks About Violent Scenes In Salaar; ‘Even In Baahubali, I Alone Killed 100 People, Kids Loved It’

Prashanth Neel’s Salaar: Part 1— Ceasefire is one of the most anticipated films of the year. The film will finally see the light of day after multiple delays in the release date. The movie is about the power politics in a fictional town called Khansaar. From the trailer, it was clear that the movie would have a lot of violent action scenes. And in an interview, Prabhas, the lead actor of the film, opened up about the violence shown in the film.

In an interview with Dainik Bhaskar, he stated that his fans and the audience have never seen him play such a character. He said, “I am excited for them to see me on-screen in a new light.”

Defending the violence shown in the film, Prabhas stated that even Baahbubali was a violent film, as he was shown single-handedly killing 100 people. He said, “But even kids have watched that film and loved it.”

The actor added that if the emotions behind the violence are portrayed well, only then will the movie look violent. He said, “Salaar is a film with a meaningful story. None of the scenes will appear violent, as they have deep emotions behind them.”

During the same interview, Prabhas praised director Prashanth Neel. He said that the filmmaker would listen to his suggestion as well. He said, “More than being on set, I wanted to spend time with Prashanth personally.”

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The Central Board of Film Certification has granted the film an ‘A’ certificate. The producer of the film clarified that the ‘A’ rating was not given because it has vulgar scenes but because of the violent action sequences.

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The movie is set to release on December 22, 2023, in five Indian languages.

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