Salaar: Prashanth Neel opens up about violent scenes in the film

Salaar is one of the most anticipated films of the year. Fans are eagerly waiting for its release and are curious to know how much violence there is in the film.

Salaar is one of the most anticipated films of the year. Fans eagerly await its release and are curious to know how much violence there is in the film. Well, filmmaker Prashanth Neel opened up about violent scenes in the film. He said to ETimes, “The violence comes only with the emotion. There is no necessity for violence, just for the sake of violence. I know mass movies sell. And mass movies come with a tag of violence behind it. The more violence it has, the more mass it is.”

He added, “So if Salaar is going to be a mass movie, then it is only because it has an emotion behind it. And the violence comes in only because of that emotion. So we strictly have restricted ourselves to the emotion of the movie. And whatever the emotion has required us to do, only so much violence we have shown.”

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Prashanth Neel continued, “That was about 4 months, we’ve had drinks a few times. Everybody is reserved, and you have to live through a couple of years in the making of the film with an actor on a daily basis. And if you don’t have a rapport with them, you are not going to see that on screen, your chemistry starts off-screen. With Yash, we have a friendship that is going to last a lifetime.”

Salaar will be released in theatres on December 22, 2023. The film has several bloody combat scenes, violence and battle scenes. It has given an ‘A’ certificate by the censor board.