In an impressive display of box office dominance, the Prabhas starrer ‘Salaar: Cease Fire – Part 1′ maintained its lead despite recording its lowest collections to date.
The film which earned an estimated net total of Rs 361.87 crores within the first 11 days of its release, began its 12th day at the ticket windows on a low, with the film earning just around Rs 7.50 crore.Although the film recorded its lowest collections, it still managed to maintain its lead and secure the highest collections of the day at the box office.
With Tuesday’s collections, the Hindi dubbed version of the film helped boost the earnings across all languages. This brings the total box office collection to a remarkable Rs 369.37 Crores.’Salaar’ grossed Rs 308 Crores in the first week, with the Telugu version earning Rs 186.05 Crores, the Malayalam version earning Rs 9.65 Crores, the Tamil dubbed version earning Rs 15.2 Crores, Kannada raking Rs 4.6 Crores, and Hindi dubbed version earning Rs 92.5 Crores.
In addition to the impressive financial figures, Salaar also witnessed notable occupancy rates in Hindi theatres on its 12th day. Morning Shows saw 10.80% occupancy, however, numbers grew to 19.79% for the Night Shows.
Despite a massive box office clash with Shah Rukh Khan starrer ‘Dunki’, the Prabhas and Prithviraj starrer has been performing well at the box office.

Prabhas expressed gratitude to his fans for their overwhelming support for ‘Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire’. In response to the film’s success, Prabhas said, “I am deeply grateful and humbled by the immense love and support given by the audience. Witnessing Salaar’s fantastic run at the box office has been nothing but an incredible reward for me and my entire team. Every single person involved in the project has put out their heart to deliver their best and we are thrilled to see the positive impact it has had on the viewers.”

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