The Salaar Overseas Censor Report highlights Prabhas-Prashanth Neel’s saga as a fast-paced epic with a Baahubali-like cliffhanger.

Salaar overseas censor reports suggest Prabhas’ upcoming film, directed by Prashanth Neel, will feature a cliffhanger ending similar to Baahubali.

Rebel star Prabhas is set to release Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire, directed by KGF’s Prashanth Neel, on December 22nd, 2023, with himself in the leading role.

A recent overseas censor report suggests Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire, the first installment of the Salaar saga, will have an ending similar to Baahubali.

The film will have a cliffhanger ending, reminiscent of the iconic “Why did Kattappa Kill Baahubali” moment from the Baahubali franchise, which will be further explored in the second part of the Salaar saga.

Salaar’s first part is expected to feature a cliffhanger resembling Baahubali.

In the SS Rajamouli-directed film Baahubali, the protagonist, Amarendra Baahubali, is ultimately killed by his trusted soldier and mentor, Kattappa, played by Sathyaraj.

The 2015 film’s cliffhanger ending sparked online debate over Kattappa’s murder of a loved one, and early reports suggest another cliffhanger ending is likely to be revealed in the upcoming film, which is expected to be the talk of the town.

Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire is expected to be a hit in theaters due to its fast-paced first half and decent second half, leading to a cliffhanger ending. Initial reception indicates a good first half and a more action-packed second half.

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The text provides further information on Salaar, specifically its first part, which is titled “Ceasefire.”

Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire, directed by Prashanth Neel, stars Prabhas in the lead role alongside Prithviraj Sukumaran, Shruti Haasan, Jagapathi Babu, Bobby Simha, Eswari Rao, Sriya Reddy, Tinnu Anand, and Gadar 2 fame Simrat Kaur in a special dance number.

Salaar, directed by Prashanth Neel, features Bhuvan Gowda and Ravi Basrur for cinematography and music composition respectively. The film’s producer confirmed rumors of a remake of Neel’s debut film Ugramm as baseless.

Critics are questioning Prabhas’ ability to handle high-budget ventures like Salaar, as his recent films have not replicated his previous success levels. Critics have also criticized Saaho, Radhe Shyam, and Adipurush, with Adipurush experiencing a significant setback at the box office despite being the costliest.

The debate surrounding Prabhas’ ability to recreate Baahubali’s magic has been intensified online. Producer Vijay Kiragandur, confident in Salaar’s success, believes that setbacks in an actor’s career do not diminish their star power, despite speculations and heated discussions online.

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