Salaar Box Office Collection Day 27: Despite the fact that movie is nearing the end of its theatrical run, Prabhas’ action extravaganza Salaar: Cease Fire – Part 1 continues to do well at the box office. According to Sacnilk.com, the film earned an estimated ₹0.2 crore on its 27th day across all languages in India for the Hindi area.
Though the picture has witnessed a drop in numbers when compared to its previous collections, it is an impressive performance given that it has been in theaters for nearly four weeks. The film’s continued theatrical run demonstrates its strong audience connection and popularity in a variety of regional markets.
In terms of total revenue, the film has earned 404.87 crore net in India, according to a Sacnilk analysis. The film grossed ₹611.8 crore globally. With a budget of ₹270 crore, the film is now ranked fifth among the highest-grossing Indian films of 2023.
The film directed by Prashanth Neel grossed ₹308 crore in its first weekend, with Telugu earning the most (₹186.05 crore) and Hindi earning ₹92.5 crore. The film’s net collections dropped from ₹70.1 crore in Week 2 to ₹23.7 crore in Week 3.
The film, produced by Hombale Films, was originally intended to be released on September 28 before being moved back to December 22 for worldwide cinema release. Vijay Kiragandur produced the film, which stars Prabhas Raju Uppalapati, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Shruthi Haasan, and Madhu Guruswamy in major parts. The film features 14 enormous sets in and around Ramoji Film City.
Meanwhile, Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire will be available on Netflix following its theatrical run. Prabhas already announced his next film, a romantic horror titled ‘The Raja Saab’, and presented its first poster on the occasion of Makar Sankranti.