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Salaar Day 2 Collection Worldwide

Salaar day 2 collection

Salaar movie: Part 1 – Ceasefire made history with its record-shattering opening at the box office. After minting Rs 90 crore on its opening day of release, director Prashanth Neel’s film recorded a drop of more than 60 percent on the second day. According to industry tracker Sacnilk, Salaar has collected Rs 55 crore (early estimates) on Saturday. The total collection of the film in India now stands at Rs 145.70 crores.

This action-thriller recorded the biggest opening for an Indian film this year, out-performing Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan and Pathan, Vijay’s Leo, and Rajinikanth’s Jailer. Salaar’s Rs 179 crore global debut was also significantly higher than the Rs 140 crore that Prabhas’ infamous flop, Adipurush, grossed globally on opening day. While Pathaan also earned Rs 57 crore on its first day in India, Jawan and Animal reported openings of Rs 75 crore and Rs 63 crore, respectively.

Salaar is directed by Prashanth Neel, unfolds in the fictional city of Khansaar and tells the story of two friends, Deva and Vardha, portrayed by Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran, respectively. The narrative takes a turn as the friends evolve into arch-rivals.

Salaar also has play a key performances by Prithviraj Sukumaran, Shruti Haasan, and Jagapathi Babu. Vijay Kiragandur produced the film, which will have a sequel titled ‘Salaar: Part 2 – Shouryaanga Parvam’.

Salaar: Part One – Ceasefire’  is released in multiple languages, including Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam,Tamil and Kannada. It is competing with Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Dunki’ at the box office.

Despite facing tough competition from Rajkumar Hirani’s Shah Rukh Khans film ‘Dunki,’ Salaar continues to dominate the box office, aiming to surpass the Rs 50 crore mark in daily earnings on Saturday.

As of 23 December , Salaar is set accumulate a net collection of Rs 55 crore in the domestic market, bringing its total collection in India to more than Rs 140 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.

According to reports of Sacnilk, on its debut day, Salaar earned 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 21 December.

Telugu actors like Chiranjeevi, Sai Dharam Tej, Varun Tej Konidelaand Kannada actor Rishab Shetty congratulated the team through social media.

 

According to industry tracker Sacnilk, Salaar earned an impressive 88 percent occupancy in Telugu on its opening day. The film, released in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil,English and Kannada, reportedly grossed Rs 178.7 crore worldwide on its opening day, as announced by the producers, Hombale Films. Prithviraj Sukumaran, who acted as Varadha Mannar in ‘Salaar’, said on X that the film grossed Rs 178.7 crore worldwide.

 

Salaar’s get its success extended across various regions, with the film earning the highest in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, where it amassed an impressive Rs 70 crore. The overall occupancy in Telugu areas stood at a robust 88.93 percent. Additionally, Salaar performed well in Karnataka and Kerala, recording opening day figures of Rs 12 crore and Rs 5 crore, respectively.

On the following day, day 2, Salaar did show a noticeable drop, but that’s a common thing to happen for a Telugu film. For Saturday, the film had raked in 20 crores gross through pre-sales.

 

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