Though it faces competition from the Shah Rukh Khan film Dunki, the Prashanth Neel-helmed picture is doing very well at the box office. Many trade professionals predict that the movie will break into the exclusive Rs 200 crore club following its opening weekend.
The most recent product by Prabhas Salaar, Part One: Even on Saturdays, Ceasefire keeps the store registers ringing. On its second day, the movie, which debuted in India at Rs 95 crore nett, brought in an additional Rs 55 crore. According to Sacnilk.com, the Prashanth Neel-directed film has now earned Rs 145.70 crore in total net revenue in just two days. Salaar is without a doubt the best-performing movie, following a string of failures recently.
On December 23, Salaar Part One: Ceasefire’s Hindi version saw 34.33 percent occupancy, with the night shows accounting for a significant portion of this. The Prabhas-starring film’s Hindi version has the lowest occupancy percentage since it is up against fierce competition from Shah Rukh Khan’s most recent release, Dunki.
These are the theatre occupancy rates for the Hindi version of Salaar, sourced from Sacnilk.com.
Morning Programmes: 19.78%
Afternoon Programming: 30.36%
Evening Programs: 34.83%
Nighttime Programs: 52.33%
On its second day, the Telugu version of the action movie had the highest occupancy in theatres.
Regarding Salaar, Part 1: Silence
Prashant Neel, a writer and director for KGF, is in charge of Salaar. In the movie, celebrities like Jagapati Babu, Prithviraj Sukumaran, and Shruti Haasan appear alongside the Baahubali cast.
Because of the intense passion that Prabhas’s fans had for the movie, the Telangana government approved early movie screenings, starting as early as one in the morning. In addition, the state government gave the movie’s producers permission to raise the admission prices.
On December 22, Salaar—which is available in Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi, Kannada, and Telugu—was released globally.