Salaar Box Office Day 6: Is Prabhas’ Film a Hit or Miss?

Salaar‘ box office collection: The Prabhas-led film is now inching closer towards the Rs 550 crore mark at the global box office.

Salaar Box Office Collection
Salaar Box Office Day 6

Salaar Box Office Day 6, Salaar: Cease Fire – Part 1, which stars Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran, has seen a further decline at the domestic box office. On Tuesday, December 26, 2023, the film, which was directed by Prashanth Neel of KGF fame, only brought in a net income of Rs 17 crore across all languages in India. Yesterday, the movie brought in more than Rs 23.50 crore.

The movie got an overall Telugu occupancy of 28.02% and an overall Malayalam occupancy of 21.56% on Wednesday, according to a report in Sacknilk. Overall Tamil occupancy for the Shruti Haasan-starring movie was 18.20%, while Kannada occupancy was 22.95%. On Wednesday, December 27, 2023, there was an overall Hindi occupancy of 28.98% for the picture.

‘Salaar’ box office collection day 6
‘Salaar’ box office collection day 6

On its first day of release in India, Salaar made almost Rs 95 crore in revenue across all languages. On the second day, it fell to Rs 56.35 crore. The movie made another huge profit at the box office on day three, taking in Rs 62.05 crore. However, the movie lost money again on Monday, barely making about Rs 43 crore.

It’s interesting to note that Salaar has surpassed Jawan, Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal, and Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan to become the largest opener of 2023. On its first day of release in India, Jawan and Animal recorded openings of Rs 75 crore and Rs 63 crore, respectively, while Pathaan made Rs 57 crore.

‘Salaar’ box office collection day 6
‘Salaar’ box office collection day 6

In addition to Prabhas, prominent parts in Salaar: Part 1: Ceasefire by Hombale Films are played by Jagapathi Babu, Shruti Haasan, and Prithviraj Sukumaran. Producing the movie is Vijay Kiragandur. Salaar, which runs for two hours and fifty-five minutes, received a “A” rating from the censor board. There are multiple violent and violent battle scenes in the film.

When it first came out, the movie had mixed reviews. “The problem with a film like Salaar is that it focuses too much on the aesthetics and neglects the storyline,” said News18 Showsha in their assessment of the movie. The picture wildly oscillates between the past and the present. The haphazard writing, characters that appeared faster than a meteoroid crashing into Earth, and a plot that only really got going after the interval left me feeling a little confused in the film way too soon.

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