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Prashanth Neel Expresses Disappointment Over ‘Salaar: Part One – Ceasefire’ Getting ‘A’ Certificate

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Director Prashanth Neel, along with lead actors Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran, recently engaged in a candid conversation with director SS Rajamouli, shedding light on various aspects of their upcoming film, ‘Salaar: Part One – Ceasefire.’ While discussing the film’s storyline, characters, and collaborative journey, Prashanth Neel took a moment to express his disappointment regarding the ‘A’ certificate issued by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC).

Salaar’s Social Media Buzz: Beyond the Clash with ‘Dunki’

Prabhas’ upcoming venture, ‘Salaar,’ has been creating waves on social media. Beyond the anticipated clash with Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Dunki,’ the film has garnered attention for its high-octane action sequences, promising an exhilarating cinematic experience.

Disappointment with ‘A’ Certificate: Prashanth Neel Speaks Out

Despite the buzz and excitement, the film received an ‘A’ certificate from the CBFC, a decision that left director Prashanth Neel disheartened. In a recent interview, Neel expressed his dissatisfaction, emphasizing that the violence portrayed in the movie is not gratuitous but rather serves a necessary narrative purpose.

Fans’ Anticipation: Countdown to ‘Salaar’s Big Screen Debut

With just one day left for the film’s release on December 22, fans are eagerly anticipating the on-screen presence of their favorite stars. The high expectations are fueled not only by the clash with ‘Dunki’ but also by the promise of witnessing exceptional performances and intense storytelling.

Neel’s Clarification: Violence with a Purpose

Prashanth Neel clarified in the interview that the violence depicted in ‘Salaar’ is integral to the narrative, devoid of vulgarity or gratuitous sensationalism. He expressed confidence that the audience would recognize the importance of the depicted violence in the context of the film’s overall storytelling.

As the clock ticks down to the release of ‘Salaar: Part One – Ceasefire,’ the film remains at the center of discussions, not only for its cinematic clashes but also for the nuanced storytelling that unfolds within the ‘A’ certificate confines. Audiences await the verdict on whether ‘Salaar’ lives up to the expectations, delivering a cinematic spectacle that goes beyond its certification.

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