Salaar Part 1: Ceasefire," the highly anticipated film of 2023 directed by Prashant Neel and featuring the charismatic Prabhas, has stirred waves of excitement among fans and audiences alike. This action-packed drama has sparked extensive discussions, with the recent release of its inaugural song, 'Sooraj Hi Chhaon Banke,' adding a new layer of anticipation to the mix.
Kya Gaana banaya hai yarr. Pehle kokh ke rath (Tanna re na re) aab sooraj hi chhaon Banke. Yeh Gaana sunney ke Baad toh movie dekhne ki hype aur baad gayi. #SalaarCeaseFireOnDec22 #Prabhas #SoorajHiChhaonBanke pic.twitter.com/CwYYZ95b7Q— Abhi (@VenomBite645154) December 13, 2023
As the film's trailer captured the audience's attention, the release of 'Sooraj Hi Chhaon Banke' offers a deeper glimpse into the emotional tapestry woven by the narrative. The song, performed by Mounica Pode and directed by Ravi Basrur, artfully delves into the emotional dimensions of the storyline, portraying the strengths and vulnerabilities of the two best friends at the heart of the tale. This musical piece dispels the notion that Salaar is solely an action drama, revealing the profound emotional narrative that underpins the characters' journey.
Since its release, the debut song has generated significant excitement, with the Hindi version amassing over 1.4 million views on YouTube within just 11 hours. The positive reception underscores the effectiveness of the song in resonating with the audience. To enhance the lyrical experience, the creators have also unveiled a lyrical video, skillfully integrating visuals to complement the song's poignant lyrics.
#Salaar North America advance booking around $740K for premiers alone. Day 1 presales approximately $110K.— aklesh Chaudhary ? (@aklesh__sahni) December 14, 2023
Humongous $850K presales for opening day including premiers. Exceptional bookings. ?
Set for a huge opening in US/CAN.#SalaarCeaseFire
Salaar has secured an 'A' certificate from the censor board, signifying that only individuals aged 18 and above can attend theatrical screenings. The film boasts a stellar cast, including Prabhas, Shruti Hassan, Prithviraj Sukumaran, and Jagapathi Babu in pivotal roles. With a runtime of 2 hours and 55 minutes, Salaar is scheduled for release in theaters on December 22nd, setting the stage for a cinematic clash with Shah Rukh Khan's 'Dunki,' slated for release on December 21st. The outcome of this box office battle between two major films promises to be an intriguing spectacle for film enthusiasts.