After the success of the Baahubali franchise, yet again, Prabhas is all set to portray a larger-than-life character in KGF director Prashant Neel’s Salaar. But, the movie is now creating a problem in Jr NTR’s project with Neel, titled NTR30, and due to this reason, nothing is going well between the two Tollywood stars.
Rebel actor’s Determination
After SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali became a grand success, the Rebel actor’s subsequent movies like Radhe Shyam and Saaho became a major box office disaster. However, it seems like the 42-year-old will finally get another blockbuster release with Salaar.
According to reports, Salaar is being made in two parts, while Prabhas and Prashanth Neel are finishing both films in one go. Initially, the filmmaker wanted to work on part 2 after collaborating with Jr NTR for NTR30, but it is Prabhas who is not letting the filmmaker work on any other project before he finishes their film. Because of this, NTR’s film has been kept on hold and he doesn’t have any other project to work on.
The Pan-India dream
After working with Rajamouli and experiencing huge success with RRR, Jr NTR wanted to make his every film a Pan-India release, as the North Indian audience has become familiar with his work. Nevertheless, Prabhas’ Stubbornness is now ruining his plans and there are chances that people would be disinterested in seeing his film by the time Prashanth Neel finishes Salaar and starts working on NTR30.
Neel’s film with NTR will not hit the floors in the nearest future as the former will have to complete both parts of Salaar before starting this project. The film with the KGF director is a powerful one for Jr NTR as it has the true mass potential to cast him on the pan-India stage after RRR. But the latest developments imply that there are major problems for his pan-India dreams now.
Meanwhile, Salaar’s craze is such that, the promotional activity hasn’t begun yet, but the film is already creating a huge buzz. Earlier few pictures from the sets were leaked online and some reports suggested that the team has shot 6 high-octane action sequences.