Prashanth Neel’s high-octane action-packed movie Salaar- Part One: Ceasefire, starring Prabhas and Shruti Haasan in the lead, has filled excitement among many. As per reports, Salaar minted Rs 397.89 crore at the Indian Box Office within 19 days of its release while the total worldwide collection stands at Rs 600.45 crore.
Fans of Darling had pinned high hopes on Salaar and it seems, Neel has met up to the expectations of all. Apart from Prabhas and Shruti, the movie had an ensemble star cast, who portrayed their characters with perfection. Be it Prithviraj Sukumaran, Jagapathi Babu, Tinnu Anand, Ramachandra Raju, Easwari Rao, or Sriya Reddy, all actors have won the hearts with their character portrayal.
The Rebel star, known for his humbleness enjoys a huge stardom. Now, one of his Salaar co-stars has raised eyebrows over it.
Actress Sriya Reddy, who portrayed the character of Radha Rama Mannar in Salaar, during an exclusive interview with Instant Bollywood, said, “How does somebody like him (Prabhas) survive in this world?”
When asked, “How are Prabhas and Prithviraj off camera?” Sriya said, “I didn’t have to be seen with them, we were always opposite cams in the film. But with Prabhas, I realised how you can be this big superstar but be so humble.”
“We had a brief conversation, and I still remember the conversation so clearly. There are certain things that he said were so sweet. And I felt like ‘How does somebody like him survive in this world’? He is just too sweet. He is too nice. How do you survive? Can such a nice person survive!” she added.
Further, she added, “You see his stardom...and the stardom is given to him because of his niceness and he is totally deserving”
The Rebel star is among the most celebrated and loved actors in Tollywood and his fame sprawled across the country and overseas after the mammoth success of the Baahubali series. However, even after tasting such massive success and enjoying stardom, Prabhas is still loved for his humble and down-to-earth attitude. Time and again, Darling has proved it with his actions. While Salaar Part One is inching closer to achieving another huge feat, all eyes are on the second part of the high-octane action-packed flick to explore more about the 'world of Khansar'.