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Shruti Haasan doing wonders in multiple languages as a Pan-Indian actress

Monday, August 28, 2023 • Tamil Comments
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Shruti Haasan is shining as a leading star actress in the Indian film industry with a multi-faceted personality as a musician, lyricist, music composer, and actress. Now, she has surprised the film world and fans by dubbing on her own in five languages for her upcoming biggie, 'Salaar', starring Rebel Star Prabhas.

The first part of the film titled 'Salaar - Part 1: Ceasefire' will be released in theaters worldwide on September 28 in Indian languages Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi. Currently, the final stages of the movie are going on in full swing. Actress Shruti Haasan, who plays the heroine of the film, narrates her character in her own voice. Apart from Tamil, she has given voice for her role in all five languages including Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi. This effort of her has received great appreciation not only from the film industry but also from the fans.

'Salar - Part 1: Ceasefire' is a new movie helmed by the renowned maker Prashant Neel who directed the mega hit 'KGF'. The ensemble star cast comprises Pan-Indian star actor Prabhas, Shruti Haasan, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Jagapathi Babu, Tinu Anand, Ishwari Rao, Shreya Reddy, Ramachandra Raju and others. The massive action saga has a DOP by Bhuvan Gowda, the music is composed by Ravi Basrur. This film has been produced by producer Vijay Kirangandur on behalf of Hombale Films at a huge cost.

Meanwhile, it is noteworthy that the two Telugu films 'Veerasimha Reddy' and 'Waltair Veerayya' released this year starring actress Shruti Haasan have collected more than 100 crore rupees and she is currently acting in Telugu and English films 'Hi Nanna' and 'The Eye'.

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