Prabhas’ Salaar; one of the most awaited movie of the year 2023
Prabhas starrer Salaar to be the first Indian Movie to use DCT Technology.
South Cinema is doing marvelous from the last 5 years. After the release of Bahubali and its sequel, Prabhas has gained a big fan following. Salaar is coming soon and Prabhas lovers are excitingly waiting for the release of this movie. The action drama movie is produced by Vijay Kiragandur under the banner of Hombale films and directed by Prashant Neel. The star cast of the movie includes Shruti Hasan, Prithviraj Sukumaran and Jagpathi Babu apart from Prabhas.
Announced far back in December 2020, the movie was scheduled for the release on 14th April 2022 but the release date has been postponed due to the onset of covid 19 Pandemic. Now, the movie is supposed to be released between April to June 2023. The music of the movie is directed by Ravi Basrur and the cinematography is done by Bhuvan Gowda.
The movie was to be released on 14th April 2022 as per current announcements but the making of the film has been delayed due to Prabhas’ Radheshyam and third wave of covid 19 pandemic. The film will be released in Telugu and will be dubbed in Hindi, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam. For the first time, Prabhas and Prashant Neel are collaborating in this film. Earlier, it was confused with the remake of the first film of Prashant Neel, ‘Ugramm’ but Neel clarifies that ‘Salaar’ is an action story written originally.
About the character of Prabhas in this movie, the lead is a very violent man. About the role of Shruti, her look in the movie was revealed by Prabhas and the team on her 36th Birthday. Her character is named as Aadya in the movie.
Shooting of the film was held near coal mines in Telangana. One important thing to note down about Salaar is that the movie utilizes dark Centric Theme (DCT) Technology and it is the first Indian movie to use this technology. Thus the color palate of the film will be shade wise darker.
Let's wait for the release of this film to know more about filmography with DCT technology.