Violence seems to be in vogue at the moment and given the success of 'Animal', team 'Salaar' would hope to tread the same path at the box office.
Well, looks like Prashanth Neel has stayed true to his word and put together a 'violent' film in 'Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire'. The speculations that the upcoming film starring Prabhas and co. is billed to be an action, violence-heavy experience on the big screen and the censor board has fittingly awarded the film an 'A' certificate.
The official confirmation of this certification has now caught the attention of fans and film buffs on social media, who are now intrigued to see just how intense or provocative the action in Salaar is. While the trailer, which was released a few days ago, offers a taste of what's to come, it would now be interesting to see what the full-length film delivers in this regard. Prabhas' fans, though, seem to gearing up for a proper "blood bath".
"Violence is in our blood"
In all fairness, 'violence' has been the operative word for Prashanth Neel and co. right from the beginning. The very first poster of 'Salaar' boldly carried the phrase "The Most Violent Men... Called One Man... The Most Violent", and the recently-released trailer too carried a dialogue (uttered by Jagapthi Babu's character) that goes: "We are all violent men. And violence is in our blood".
While Prashanth Neel's previous film 'KGF: Chapter 2' boasted a lot of action and on-screen violence, the makers were a tad lucky to receive a 'UA' certificate. They have evidently taken things up a notch with 'Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire', which is set to release in theatres worldwide on December 22.
Violence is also quite in vogue at the moment and given the success of 'Animal', team 'Salaar' would hope to tread the same path at the box office. While Sandeep Reddy Vanga's film also included a few steamy scenes and the use of profanities to warrant the certification, one gathers 'Salaar' is action & violence throughout.
Only the second Prabhas film to be certified 'A'
Another interesting bit of information that comes to the fore is that 'Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire' is only the second film in Prabhas' career to get the adult certificate. The superstar has managed to remain a congenial presence in the eye of the public and the only time until this point his film has proven to be a tad overwhelming is with the 2013 film 'Mirchi'. The Koratala Siva film, too, was quite heavy on action sequences and bloodshed, but despite all that, it was a huge success at the box office.