Salaar: Part 1– Ceasefire is one of the most eagerly awaited movies of the year; its clash with Dunki, starring Shah Rukh Khan, and its rumored conflict with North Indian theater owners have only served to heighten its significance. The Prabhas-starring movie had screenings as early as one in the morning, and viewers have largely given it excellent reviews.
Some of the reviews on Twitter:-
i) 3 AM show completed, Brilliant. Pre-interval fight and interval fight mass
The second half fights Oora mass, an Unexpected twisted climax. 5/5 REBELSTAR COMEBACK ”
ii) while another fan wrote, “ Blockbuster #SalaarCeaseFire Nicely set for Part 2: Shouryanga Parvam.”
iii) Another fan mentioned that the film should do at least Rs 1000 crore, he wrote “ Lots of action, lots of surprise and lots of Twist and Turn, it’s a Mass Movie and the Rebel Star #Prabhas garu acting is such a Delightful, Full On Paisa Wasool Movie.. 1000cr loading.”
iv) While the fourth fan called it the best film in Prabhas’s filmography, he wrote, “ Salaar is the BEST MOVIE in Prabhas ENTIRE FILMOGRAPHY. Prashanth Neel hits the bull’s eye once again. The climax is a delight. Prithviraj is a delight.”
Critics’ Thoughts on Salaar
But there were also a few who had issues with the film, one fan wrote, “Throughout the movie, you’ll feel like you’re watching a trailer. It’s a hardcore 2/10 rating”, while another one called the film simply watchable, he wrote, “ The drama engages in parts but feels repetitive and slow at others. Seeing Prabhas in a mass avatar is a feast along with a few Neel mark elevation blocks that hold the film together. Watchable!”.