Salaar – Review

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Action packed avatar of Prabhas

Salaar

– Review 

Prabhas lives a casual life with a shadowy past along with his mother in Tinsukia.

The tranquility is disrupted when a group of goons searches for Shruti Haasan, newly arrived in town.
Prabhas tracks the gang and discovers it’s the scheme of his best friend Prithviraj Sukumaran in Khansaar city.
 The war escalates, posing serious questions. Who is Shruti Haasa ? What ties her to Prithvi Raj?
What caused the enmity between the two best friends forms the rest of the story.
Director Prashanth Neel has once again proved his directorial prowess, skillfully using simple scenes to elevate heroism.
The story makes a strong impact in the first half, featuring Prashanth Neel’s signature racy, crisp, and elevating screenplay.
Outstanding stunt sequences in the second half has enhanced the overall narrative.
Prabhas seamlessly fits into the role of Deva.
His character involves minimal dialogue but exudes violence, highlighting his physique and dialogue delivery.
Prabhas’ maniacal and ruthless behavior, particularly in action sequences, keeps the audience on the edge of their seats.
Prithviraj Sukumaran delivers a decent performance, adding significant depth to the film.
Shruti Haasan plays a vital role in the movie and has created the much needed impact.
The movie has an ensemble of cast involving Jagapathi Babu, Bobby Simha, John Vijay, Sriya Reddy, Brahmaji and Jhansi.
All the actors have delivered what was expected from them.
Ravi Basrur background score helps in elevating a few scenes.
Bhuwan Gowda’s cinematography is commendable, and Anbarivu’s stunts stand out as a highlight.
Rating: 3.9/5
By Naveen

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