Prithviraj Sukumaran says Prashant Neel Has An Efficient Plan To Shoot Salaar 2

Aadujeevitham - The Goat Life star Prithviraj Sukumaran has disclosed that director Prashant Neel has put in place an efficient plan to shoot the second part of Salaar and that the sequel will definitely release in 2025.
Prithviraj In A Still From Salaar

Prithviraj In A Still From Salaar

Actor Prithviraj Sukumaran, whose stunning performance as Najeeb in director Blessy's survival thriller, Aadujeevitham, has come in for praise, has disclosed that director Prashanth Neel had put in place a very efficient plan to shoot the sequel of the pan-Indian blockbuster Salaar.
Prithviraj, who featured in Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire, while speaking to the Variety, also went on to emphatically declare that the film would definitely release in 2025. “Prashanth has got a very efficient, really packed shooting plan in place,” he said.
The Aadujeevitham - The Goat Life star, who is busy now with the promotions of his Hindi project - Bade Miya Chote Miyan, went on to add that it was Prashant Neel who had convinced him to take up the Hindi project that was helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar.
Prithviraj plays an antagonist role in Bade Miyan Chote Miyan which stars Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff in the lead.
The actor-director is to take time off from the shooting of his Malayalam film Empuraan to shoot for Salaar 2.
Interestingly, Prithviraj's Hindi project is releasing on the same day his co-star in several Malayalam films, Priya Mani's Hindi venture Maidaan is releasing. Both films are releasing for Eid on April 10. The two have shared screens in at least six movies to date.

About Salaar

Salaar, directed by Prashanth Neel and produced by Vijay Kiragandur, features Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran in the lead.
The story of the film is set in a fictional place called Khansaar, of which Varadha (played by Prithiviraj) is the crown prince.Prabhas plays Deva, a tribesman, and a close friend of Varadha, who has vowed to come to his aid should he ask for it. When a power struggle erupts, how Deva comes to Varadha's aid to claim what is rightfully his is what Salaar is all about.
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