Prabhas’s Salaar is currently under production. Since it is being helmed by KGF fame director Prashanth Neel anticipation for this flick is very high. And now, the director is all set to turn its presentation all the more dynamic and remarkable by introducing a Hollywood technology for this action-thriller.
According to reports, the movie is being shot mostly using the Dark Centric Theme Technology which has been popularly used in some mega Hollywood flicks like Tenet, Batman Trilogy, and Matrix. The technology has been made widely popular by famous Hollywood filmmaker Christopher Nolan and he has used this particular technology in the majority of his films.
But until now no one has incorporated this technology in Indian movies. So, Prashanth Neel is going to make history by using the Dark Centric Theme in Prabhas and Shruti Haasan starrer Salaar for the first time in India. The use of this technology is sure to provide the audience an entirely new watching experience.
As the name suggests, the use of this technology will offer darkish shade visuals and the entire canvas of the screen will be dominated by darker colors and lighting patterns. So, while the team of Prabhas and Prashanth Neel is already expected to offer a box-office magnet, the use of this new technology is also going to be an added attraction.
While Prashanth Neel’s KGF 2 starring Yash, Sanjay Dutt, and Raveena Tandon in the lead is all set to release next year, Salaar will most probably release around the same time.
On the other hand, Rebel star Prabhas is doing multiple pan India projects back to back. His Radhe Shyam with Pooja Hegde is all set to release at the start of next year. He is also currently working on an ambitious project titled Adipurush with Tanhaji fame Bollywood director Om Raut in which he is portraying Lord Rama.
The film will star Kriti Sanon, Saif Ali Khan and Sunny Singh as Sita, Ravan and Lakshman respectively. And then, Prabhas has yet another big-budget movie helmed by Nag Ashwin with Deepika Padukone and Amitabh Bachchan.