The much-awaited thriller ‘Salaar,’ featuring Prabhas, Prithviraj Sukumaran, and Shruti Haasan in significant roles, has finally hit theaters today. The movie received an overwhelming response at the box office, making it a historic day for the actors.
Reports suggest that the film has achieved the highest-ever opening at the box office, surpassing previous records in ticket sales.As per Sacknilk, the movie has grossed over 95 crore at the ticket window.

Helmed by Prashant Neel, Salaar: Cease Fire – Part 1 had an overall 87.81 percent Telugu Occupancy on Friday, December 22, 2023. Salaar: Cease Fire – Part 1 Day 1 Telugu (2D) occupancy in Theaters is as follows: Morning Shows: 88.64 percent, Afternoon Shows: 86.97 percent, Evening Shows: 0 percent, Night Shows: 0 percent.

HONEST Public Review of Prabhas, Prithviraj Sukumaran and Shruti Haasan starrer ‘Salaar’

Salaar Movie Review
The movie initiated its first screening at 1 am, and viewers are sharing their reviews of Salaar. On X, formerly known as Twitter, social media enthusiasts are applauding Prabhas for his performance and expressing admiration for Prashant Neel’s direction. Trade expert Manobala V has penned an extensive review of Salaar, commending not only Prabhas but also Prashant and Prithviraj Sukumaran, who plays a crucial role in the film.

Numerous social media users echoed similar sentiments. One user awarded Salaar a five-star rating, describing it as one of Prabhas’ finest films. The user shared, “#Salaar is the BEST MOVIE in #Prabhas ENTIRE FILMOGRAPHY. #PrashanthNeel hits the bull’s eye once again. The climax is a delight. Prithviraj is a delight. #YashBOSS cameo is the surprise package. It is the climax that makes this special.”
The film that hit the theatres today on December 22 locked horns with Shah Rukh Khan starrer ‘Dunki’ at the box office. Directed by Rajkumar Hirani, the film also stars Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal.
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