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The first look at Prithviraj Sukumaran in Salaar is his birthday gift to fans

Prithviraj Sukumaran

A first-look image for the upcoming film Salaar, in which Prithviraj Sukumaran stars as Vardharaja Mannaar, was released in honor of Prithviraj Sukumaran’s birthday. On Sunday, the actor-director turned 40 years old. Salazar, an action-adventure film starring Prabhas, will be released in theatres globally on September 28.

Prithviraj Sukumaran appears threatening in his tough attire, which includes a septum ring, silver chokers around his neck, and a black tilak on his forehead. Hombale Films wished Prithviraj by posting his film poster and tweeted, “Parallel whether mainstream, Arthouse or commercial, he has always struck a balance and produced a stupendously entertaining and engaging performance. Happy birthday to the most versatile @PrithviOfficial!”

As the actor posted it to his Instagram account, several commented “What the hell?” in response to his debut appearance. An admirer remarked, “OMG! B’day Fire.” Someone else described it as “Wonderful, wonderful.”

Salaar is a KGF franchise film directed by Prashanth Neel and produced by Vijay Kiragandur. On Independence Day, a new poster and release date for the film starring Prabhas were announced. Shruti Haasan, Jagapathi Babu, Easwari Rao, and Sriya Reddy all play pivotal parts. Salazar, a film billed as a “high-voltage actioner,” was filmed throughout India, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. There are five Indian languages that will see the release of this film. It was originally intended to be released on April 14, but production concerns caused by the Covid-19 epidemic caused a delay.

Prithviraj has multiple films in development. His next Telugu film, tentatively titled Thalapathy 67, is in production. In Malayalam, he has Gold and Kaapa scheduled for release this year, and Aadujeevitham is slated for release the following year. He is also directing two films, L2: Empuraan and Tyson.

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