Salaar Box Office: Prashanth Neel’s Salaar featuring Prabhas, Prithviraj Sukumaran, and Shruti Haasan is anticipated to make a significant impact, potentially raking in substantial earnings on its opening day both in India and globally.
“Salaar Part 1: Ceasefire” featuring Prabhas, Prithviraj Sukumaran, and Shruti Haasan has made its debut at the box office. According to Sacnilk, the film received a positive response from both fans and reviewers upon its release this Friday. The performances of the actors and the direction by Prashanth Neel have garnered acclaim. In Hyderabad, fans celebrated the film’s release by organizing a street party at RTC X roads ahead of the premiere. Read all about Salaar Box Office Day 1 collection.
Salaar Box Office Collection
“Salaar” is projected to have achieved remarkable success in advance ticket sales, reportedly selling 30.5 lakh tickets with a pre-booking collection of ₹95 crore in India, as per Sacnilk. The film is anticipated to have grossed ₹12.77 crore in advance bookings on the second day. On the opening day, it is speculated to have garnered a worldwide gross of ₹175 crores. With early shows starting from 12:21 AM on Friday, this positive trend is expected to persist throughout the weekend. However, the final figures are yet to be officially confirmed.
Following the success of Baahubali, Prabhas is anticipated to achieve significant box office success with “Salaar.” Unlike his previous films—Saaho, Radhe Shyam, and Adipurush—which failed to resonate with the audience, “Salaar,” directed by Prashanth, is perceived as a potential breakthrough. The film appears to be tailor-made for Prabhas, with its fight sequences and overall vibe being highlighted as its unique selling points.
Despite being based on the 2014 Kannada film Ugramm, with the style of KGF, as Prashanth admitted, Salaar was unique enough in the way the story unfolded. Prabhas plays Deva in the film while Prithviraj plays Varadharaj Mannar. The film also stars Jagapathi Babu, Bobby Simha, Sriya Reddy, and others in key roles.
Set in the lawless world of Khansaar, the film tells the story of two childhood friends. Deva vows to always be there for Varadha, whenever and wherever he needs him. But what turned these once steadfast friends into enemies is something the film’s sequel will explore. Salaar has clashed with Shah Rukh Khan’s Dunki at the box office this weekend.