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Actress Shruthi Haasan wrapped her part in Salaar

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Shruthi Haasan, who is the female lead of Prabhas and Prashanth Neel’s film Salaar, has wrapped up her shoot. The film unit shared that the lovely actress has wrapped up shooting for her fractions from the film. The actress announced ‘Salaar a special film’ as she wrote a note and also dropped a a picture with Prashanth Neel and Bhuvan Gowda.

Shruti Haasan took to her Instagram handle and shared a colorful photo from the sets as she wrapped up the shoot. In the picture, we see her putting her hands on Prashanth Neel and Bhuvan Gowda’s shoulders and posing for a picture with cheerful smiles. We will see the actress in the character of Aadya, the love interest of Prabhas in the film.

On the time of Shruti Haasan’s birthday, the producers had shared a unique poster to present her role from Salaar. They introduced the actress as Aadya in the special poster. She was looking so wonderful in a Simple Kurta.

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In a recent interview, the actress shared about working on Salaar and stated, “I loved Prashant sir’s work in KGF and I think he really creates a special world that you get a grand feeling as an audience and actor. I’m having the best time of my life working this character in Salaar.”she told.

The film is in the final stages of shooting and the promotions are expected to start from March end. There are so many rumors about whether the film will have a sequel or not, we’ll have to wait for the official confirmation from the film’s unit.

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