The Malayalam version of Prabhas’ Salaar has been receiving flak on social media for its below average dialogues. The netizens are also pointing out that the dubbing was strictly mediocre.
Salaar, the recently released Prabhas starrer has already earned the blockbuster status. The Prashanth Neel starrer has been performing exceedingly well at the box office in almost all released areas. However, things are bit different in Kerala, as the box office collection of the movie witnessed a major dip on its second day of release. The audiences from Kerala are now trolling the action thriller, for its below average Malayalam dialogues and mediocre dubbing.
Salaar Malayalam version gets trolled for poor dialogues and dubbing
The netizens are now criticizing and even trolling the Malayalam version of Salaar, for its poorly written dialogues. The cine-goers suggest that the below-average dialogues killed the whole experience for the audiences in Kerala, who mostly watched the Malayalam version of the film. They are pointing out that most dialogues just fell flat and feel that the makers have not paid enough attention when it comes to the writing of the Malayalam version. Some of them stated that the dialogues are just downright cringe-worthy at many crucial moments of the film.
Things are not different even when it comes to the dubbing of the Malayalam version. The film fanatics feel that apart from the voices of leading man Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran, who played a key role in the film, none of the dubbing voices worked well. For the unversed, Prithviraj dubbed his character himself in all five languages and the netizens feel that the actor, who is well-known for his magnificent voice, made a wise creative decision.
Arun CM, the popular voice actor who has dubbed for Prabhas, has also done a good job. However, when it comes to the dubbing of the supporting cast, especially leading lady Shruti Haasan, things completely went downhill. However, the narration by actor-writer Shankar Ramakrishnan worked well for the film.
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The Prashanth Neel directorial revolves around the story of two best friends who eventually turn the biggest enemies. Prabhas is appearing in the role of Deva in the movie, which features Prithviraj Sukumaran in the role of Khansaar’s governor and future king, Varadharaja Mannar. Shruti Haasan is playing the female lead opposite Prabhas in the movie, which features a stellar star cast including Jagapathi Babu, Tinnu Anand, Bobby Simha, Easwari Rao, Sriya Reddy, Ramachandra Raju, MadhuGuruswamy, John Vijay, and others in the supporting roles. Salaar is bankrolled by Hombale Films.