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Salaar Movie Review: A Cinematic Marvel of Grandiosity, Action, and Emotion. A Must Watch For All Prabhas Fans!

Modified On: 22 December 2023 | Reviewed By:

Salaar Movie Review: Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Salaar triumphs as a cinematic marvel, delivering thrilling action, heartwarming emotions, and a captivating background score. Prabhas as Deva immerses viewers in Salaar's world, offering a majestic entertainer. Prithviraj is brilliant in his role. Salaar exceeds expectations, making it a must watch.

Salaar: Part 1 Ceasefire

Director: Prashant Neel | Music Director: Ravi Basrur

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Salaar Plot Summary: 

In the secluded village of Tinsukia, Assam, Deva, also known as Cutout (played by Prabhas), resides near a coal mine with his mother (Easwari Rao). Despite their nomadic lifestyle over the past seven years, Deva's mother fiercely protects him from violence. Deva, employed as a mechanic, maintains a low profile until the arrival of Aadhya (Shruti Haasan), who seeks refuge from the threat posed by Obulamma (Jhansi) under the guidance of Billal.

Simultaneously, in the bustling city of Khansar, Raja Mannar (Jagapathi Babu) aims to appoint his son, Vardha (Prithviraj Sukumaran), as his successor. This choice leads to a dangerous uprising planned by Mannar's close aides and advisors. The complexity of the narrative deepens as foreign armies, hired to sow chaos, enter the scene. Radha, Raja Mannar's daughter, and acting ruler of Khansar in his absence, announces a temporary ceasefire of nine days. She proposes a vote among representatives from 101 tribes to determine the empire's future.

Facing imminent danger, Vardha reaches out to his childhood friend, Deva. The pivotal question arises: Will Deva undertake the hazardous mission to save Vardha? Will the outcome be a truce or a violent confrontation?

Salaar Movie Review: ⭐⭐⭐⭐/5

Salaar stands as a monumental cinematic spectacle, that delivers big entertainment with its impressive scenes and characters. Directed by Prashant Neel, the film delivers a gripping narrative with an emphasis on grandiosity. The cinematic experience is elevated by Neel's distinctive storytelling style, creating a theatrical journey that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats. 

The movie starts off strongly, establishing its storyline with numerous exciting moments in the first half. The beginning effectively sets the stage for what seems to be a thrilling action-packed story. However, as the plot advances into the second half, there's a noticeable slowdown in the pace, with some scenes feeling a bit too long. The extended duration sometimes makes the movie feel monotonous, despite still featuring impressive moments that enhance the overall story. The frequent occurrence of high moments might give a sense of repetition, which could affect the overall enjoyment of watching the film.

Prabhas takes on the central role with commendable strength. The film's action sequences, spearheaded by Prabhas as Deva, reach a next-level intensity. The relentless rollercoaster of adrenaline-pumping action is a testament to Prabhas's prowess in the genre. 

Prithviraj's performance adds an extra layer of excellence to the film. He, in the role of Vardharaja Mannar, navigates his character with brilliance, Jagapathi Babu's portrayal as his father adds depth to the narrative. Shruti Hassan's commendable performance, further enriches the cinematic tapestry.

Ravi Basrur's background music, while impactful in certain sections, oscillates between being nice and overly loud. The soundtrack, at times, becomes a potential roadblock in the overall cinematic experience. 

The climax stands out as a major highlight, teasing the possibility of a Salaar Part-2. Prabhas is presented with the grandiosity he deserves, with his fantastic action sequences becoming a feast for his fans. 

Even though the movie is visually impressive with its camera work and overall size, the slow storytelling affects its overall impression. But, the last 45 minutes improve the watching experience, ending the film on a satisfying note. At the box office, Salaar is likely to be a success for Hombale Films, establishing itself as a notable cinematic accomplishment.

In summary, Salaar is a cinematic rollercoaster that balances thrilling elevation scenes, breathtaking action, heartfelt emotions, and a mesmerizing BGM. Prabhas, as Deva, delivers a commanding performance, making Salaar a king-sized entertainer. Prithviraj's dual role shines, and the film exceeds expectations, making it a must-watch for enthusiasts of the action genre. Despite pacing issues, the film's overall impact is satisfying, leaving the audience eager for more from the director's creative endeavors.

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