The Indian Box Office has seen many clashes this year from Gadar 2 vs OMG 2 to Oppenheimer Vs Barbie or Fukrey 3 Vs The Vaccine War. But it couldn’t get bigger than Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire and Dunki. One is Shah Rukh Khan’s third release of the year after delivering two back to back all time blockbusters in Jawan and Pathaan and another is Prashanth Neel’s first film after the super success of KGF franchise as he teamed up with Prabhas.And going by the numbers Salaar seems to be ahead of King Khan by leaps and bounds.

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Rajkumar Hirani and Shah Rukh Khan’s dream project Dunki is expected to collect about Rs 30 crore on its day 1 as per industry tracker Sacnilk. It is the lowest day 1 collection for a Shah Rukh Khan starrer this year. The film carried a lot of expectation but fans were not exactly happy with the final outcome on the big screen. A common reaction to the film was that though SRK delivered a great performance, he was let down by the writing and direction. Now coming to Salaar, the film began showcasing as early at 1 AM and 3 AM is getting mostly positive buzz from the fans and its advance booking is bigger than day 1 collection of SRK’s Dunki. Sacnilk reports that Salaar has sold about 223834 tickets across the country amassing an advance total of Rs 48.94 crore, a near Rs 19 crore head start. The final day 1 count would take a while to come in but going by the positive word of mouth, the film could reach anywhere close to Rs 90 odd crore, making it one of the biggest day 1 collections.
Besides Prabhas, the film also stars Prithivraj, Shruti Haasan, Tinnu Anand, Jagapathi Babu, Easwari Rao and Sriya Reddy.

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