Ceasefire, the first track from Prashanth Neel’s Salaar: Part 1, has been Out. The song was made accessible in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam by the filmmakers. The Telugu song, Sooreede, talks about the relationship and brotherhood between Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran, who play the main characters.
The song is titled Aakaasha Gadiya in Kannada, Suryangam in Malayalam, Aagaasa Sooriyan in Tamil, and Sooraj Hi Chhaon Banke in Hindi. The Telugu version features lyrics by Krishna Kanth (KK) and vocals by Harini Ivaturi, with music composed by Ravi Basur. However, Ravi composed music for all languages, and the lyrics and vocalists have been changed for every language. Airaa Udupi and Madhurakavi in Tamil, Menuka Poudel and Riya Mukherjee in Hindi, Indulekha Warrier and Rajeev Govindan in Malayalam, and Vijayalaxmi Mettinahole and Kinnal Raj in Kannada have taken up the jobs.
The lyrical video, which lasts three minutes and 19 seconds, depicts the journey of Prabhas and Prithviraj’s characters, Varadha and Deva, from childhood. When Prabhas’s character Deva reassures Prithviraj’s character Varadha that he is being watched over, Varadha wakes up in a sweat towards the end of the video. Later in the film, feeling reassured by Deva’s presence, Varadha even sleeps off on his lap.
Salaar happens in the fictional city of Khansaar, where power passes from father to son. However, Varadha turns to his childhood buddy Deva for assistance when a coup is planned to reestablish supremacy.