Salaar Movie Review

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Salaar Movie Review
Salaar Movie Review


Star Cast - Prabhas, Prithviraj Sukumaran 


Director - Prashanth Neel

Release Date - 22 December 2023 


Total Reviews 16
Average Rating 3.02
Word of Mouth (Critics) Decent


1. Times Now -


Rating Score -> 4/5

Salaar carves its own niche, possessing unique emotions and characters. The film's tone is set from the opening scene, showcasing Prabhas' versatility as he seamlessly transitions from innocence to aggression, a facet thoroughly explored in Salaar.



2. Gulte -


Rating Score -> 2.75/5

Prabhas is sure to entice his fans who missed his action drama episodes and intense fights in Salaar. The climax action block will be a delight to fans of both Prabhas and Prithviraj with both the stars in absolute killing mode. The stage is set well for the second part with a surprise twist in the end.


3. Great Andhra -


Rating Score -> 3/5

"Salaar" is a treat for Prabhas fans because the actor hasn't looked this good since "Baahubali 2," and the heroism-elevation sequences work well. It may satisfy fans and action movie lovers with solid action stunts and a lavishly mounted setting.



4. India Today -


Rating Score -> 3.5/5

Prabhas is an invincible hero in the comeback film he deserves. 'Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire' is a mass masala action entertainer that celebrates Prabhas's stardom. Now, get ready for 'Salaar: Part 2 - Shouryanga Parvam'.



5. NDTV -


Rating Score -> 2.5/5

Solid star turns from Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran are the main draws of Salar: Part 1 - Ceasefire. The rest of the film's appeal lies in the lure of unbridled excess.



6. The Hindu -


Rating Score -> n/a

Prabhas returns to form in Prashanth Neel’s indulgent saga. Prashanth Neel’s ‘Salaar: Part 1: Ceasefire’ is an unabashed celebration of the stardom of Prabhas and plays to the gallery for mass action lovers  



7. Times of India -


Rating Score -> 3.5/5

Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire combines political drama with high-stakes action and champions brotherhood. It is a riveting watch for those with a taste for grand and epic narratives. Fans of Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran will find much to admire in this intense and captivating film.



8. ABP Live -


Rating Score -> 3.5/5

Tickets are selling in Prabhas's name, and the theaters are witnessing a considerable turnout. While the film is worth watching for its action sequences, it falls short in terms of entertainment value.



9. Money Control -


Rating Score -> n/a

Prabhas delivers the gore as Prithviraj Sukumaran delivers the goods with an explosive second half. Director Prashanth Neel’s world-building and violent set-pieces are the hallmark of Salaar - Part 1, a film that can also test your patience before it gets going.



10. The Week -


Rating Score -> 2/5

Where logic and sanity drown in blood. Prabhas and Prithviraj hardly look their parts when sharing screen space



11. Rediff -


Rating Score -> 3/5

The latter half especially hits brings some satisfying twists and turns, leading up to a penultimate big reveal and a rousing closing shot that confidently launches into a potentially intriguing future with the 'Part Two'.



12. Komal Nahta -


Rating Score -> n/a

Salaar will prove to be a comfortable earner. It will do hit business in mass-oriented cinemas.



13. Hindustan Times -


Rating Score -> n/a

Prabhas makes a stellar comeback, film snatches Animal's 'most violent movie of the year' crown



14. Indian Express -


Rating Score -> 2/5

Prabhas’ violence-riddled film is all noise, meaning very little. Till the violence in Prabhas-Prithviraj-starrer is comic-book and ‘Games Of Thrones’-type stylised, you can find a way to rationalise it; the trouble ratchets up when it becomes more ‘real’.



15. India TV -


Rating Score -> 3.5/5

Prabhas garners all the claps, whistles for his high-octane action



16. DNA India -


Rating Score -> 3/5

Salaar explodes on to the screen. It is visceral, fun, and funny all at the same time. Prabhas and Prithviraj’s chemistry carries some scenes and the slick and gory action sequences evoke plenty of cheers in the second half.



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