Prashanth Neel’s ‘Salaar Part 1: Ceasefire’ is well on its way to becoming a box office hit this year. Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran have received widespread acknowledgment for their portrayal in this movie. The Prashanth Neel directorial, which was released on December 22, garnered praise from numerous celebrities. It had an outstanding opening on the first day, surpassing expectations and becoming the highest-grossing opener of 2023.The collection is outperforming Atlee Kumar’s ‘Jawan,’ starring Shah Rukh Khan.
Despite facing tough competition from Rajkumar Hirani’s SRK film ‘Dunki,’ Salaar continues to dominate the box office, aiming to surpass the Rs 40 crore mark in daily earnings on Saturday.
As of December 23, Salaar has accumulated a net collection of Rs 34.53 crore in the domestic market, bringing its total collection in India to Rs 120.65 crore. The film’s occupancy in the Telugu market is an impressive 71.73%, with morning shows recording 64.81%, and the rate rising to 78.64% during afternoon showings.

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According to reports from Sacnilk, on its debut day, Salaar achieved a domestic net of Rs 93.45 crore and a global gross of Rs 178.7 crore, according to the producers at Hombale Films. The film has also garnered significant advance bookings for Sunday, earning Rs 12.76 crore with over 6 lakh tickets sold nationwide.
Breaking down the debut day figures, Salaar’s Telugu version contributed Rs 69.5 crore, the Hindi version brought in Rs 15.75 crore, while the Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada versions contributed Rs 3.75 crore, Rs 3.55 crore, and Rs 90 lakh, respectively.

In contrast, competitor ‘Dunki’ recorded Rs 13.76 crore on Day 3 until 5 pm, with its domestic net standing at Rs 20.5 crore on Saturday after earning Rs 29.2 crore on its debut day on December 21.
Telugu actors like Chiranjeevi, Varun Tej Konidela, Sai Dharam Tej, and Kannada actor Rishab Shetty congratulated the team through social media.

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