Salaar Day 19 Box Office Collection: Prabhas’ Film Inches Closer To Rs 400 Crore Club

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Prabhas’ latest cinematic venture, ‘Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire,’ finds itself on a nail-biting journey toward India’s coveted Rs 400-crore club, marking its 19th day in theatres. Despite facing stiff competition from Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Dunki,’ the Prashanth Neel directorial is still putting up a commendable fight at the box office. Check out the Salaar Day 19 box office collection.


Global Success Unveiled

Salaar Prabhas

While the Indian market poses a challenge, ‘Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire’ has conquered international territories, surpassing a staggering Rs 700-crore mark worldwide. The film’s resounding success globally adds a layer of triumph to its journey, even as it inches towards the Indian milestone.


Box Office Figures And Audience Response

As of January 9, the action-packed thriller is estimated to have raked in a net collection of Rs 2.15 crore in India. The 19-day total stands at an impressive Rs 397.80 crore, with the Telugu version boasting a 15.29% occupancy on the mentioned date. The audience’s continued engagement showcases the film’s resilience in the theatres.


Overview Of ‘Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire’

Salaar Shruti Haasan

Directed by the acclaimed Prashanth Neel, known for his work on ‘KGF,’ the film marks the first collaboration between Prabhas, Prithviraj Sukumaran, and Neel himself. With a stellar cast including Shruti Haasan, Jagapathi Babu, Mime Gopi, and Sriya Reddy, among others, ‘Salaar’ promises an adrenaline-fueled narrative. The movie, produced by Hombale Films, boasts a monumental budget of Rs 400 crore, emphasizing the scale and grandeur associated with the project.


Anticipation Builds For ‘Salaar: Part 2 – Shouryanga Parvam’

Salaar Cast

While fans eagerly await the sequel, ‘Salaar: Part 2 – Shouryanga Parvam,’ details about the shooting remain shrouded in mystery. The continuation of the saga adds an extra layer of excitement to the overall cinematic experience. In the realm of Indian cinema, ‘Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire’ stands as a testament to the prowess of its creators. Thus captivating audiences globally as it battles towards the Rs 400-crore milestone on the home front. ‘Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire’ has not only etched its name in the annals of cinematic glory. But has also become a talking point for its monumental budget. Therefore, it is one of the most expensive Indian films ever made.


The Unprecedented Cinematic Journey

Salaar Jagapathi Babu

The film’s success is a testament to the power of storytelling and the charisma of Prabhas. Thus creating a cinematic spectacle that transcends geographical boundaries. As the audience eagerly awaits the sequel, ‘Salaar: Part 2 – Shouryanga Parvam’. The anticipation and excitement surrounding the franchise continue to grow, solidifying ‘Salaar’ as a cinematic phenomenon of epic proportions in the ever-evolving landscape of Indian cinema.

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