Prabhas' latest film, Salaar: Part 1- Ceasefire, is creating waves at the box office, with its worldwide collection racing towards the remarkable milestone of Rs 500 crore. Directed by the renowned filmmaker Prashanth Neel, the movie is the third entry for Prabhas into the elite Rs 500 crore club, following the monumental success of the Baahubali franchise. Let's delve into the box office numbers and the film's performance in different regions.
Salaar's Worldwide Box Office Collection
Salaar made a staggering Rs 176.52 crore on its opening day, followed by Rs 101.39 crore on the second day, Rs 95.24 crore on the third day, Rs 76.91 crore on the fourth day, and Rs 40.17 crore on the fifth day, bringing its total collection to Rs 490.23 crore within just five days (Vijayabalan, Manobala). The movie's exceptional performance is not limited to the domestic market; it has also witnessed significant success at the overseas box office, grossing around $12 million as of Tuesday (Aakashavaani).
Salaar has been raking in big bucks in terms of gross collections at the overseas box office. The film has garnered substantial earnings from North America and several other countries. Within five days of its release, Salaar has already made more than $7 million at the North American box office alone (Aakashavaani). The Hindi version of the movie has also been performing exceptionally well in various countries, contributing to its impressive overseas collection (Aakashavaani).
Domestic Box Office Success
In the domestic market, Salaar is inching closer to the remarkable milestone of Rs 300 crore within just five days since its release. The film garnered Rs 90.70 crore on its opening day, followed by Rs 56.35 crore on the second day, Rs 62.05 crore on the third day, Rs 46.30 crore on the fourth day, and Rs 24.90 crore on the fifth day, bringing its total India box office collection to Rs 280.30 crore (Sacnilk). These astonishing numbers can be attributed to the strong advance bookings in various territories, including Kolkata, Siliguri, Noida, Bihar, and others (Sacnilk).
Breakdown of Box Office Collection
Salaar's box office success can be further analyzed by examining the collection from different language versions. From its Telugu version, the film amassed an impressive Rs 176.80 crore, while the Hindi version contributed Rs 77.30 crore. The Tamil version garnered Rs 13.15 crore, the Malayalam version earned Rs 8.85 crore, and the Kannada version collected Rs 4.20 crore (Sacnilk). These numbers highlight the film's wide appeal across various regions and languages.
Synopsis of Salaar
Salaar, set in the fictional city of Khansaar, revolves around two friends who turn into arch-rivals due to unforeseen circumstances. The movie features an ensemble cast, with Prabhas in the lead role, supported by Prithviraj Sukumaran, Shruti Haasan, Jagapathi Babu, Tinnu Anand, Sriya Reddy, and Easwari Rao (Sacnilk). Directed by Prashanth Neel, the mastermind behind the immensely popular KGF franchise, Salaar has captivated audiences with its intense action and gripping storyline.
Anticipation and Excitement for Upcoming South Indian Movies
The success of Salaar has further fueled the excitement among moviegoers for upcoming South Indian films in 2024. Titles like Guntur Kaaram, Lal Salaam, Thangalaan, and Devara: Part 1 have already garnered significant attention and are expected to enthrall audiences with their unique plots and star-studded casts (Upcoming South Indian Movies).
Prabhas' Salaar has set new records at the box office, with its worldwide collection crossing the impressive milestone of Rs 500 crore. The film's exceptional performance in both domestic and overseas markets is a testament to its gripping storyline and Prabhas' star power. With its intense action sequences and compelling narrative, Salaar has captivated audiences worldwide, solidifying Prabhas' position as one of the most bankable actors in the Indian film industry.