Salaar Box Office Collection Day 14: Prabhas Starrer Faces A Dip In Numbers!!

Salaar: Part One-Ceasefire, which is produced by Hombale Films, was originally supposed to hit theaters on September 28 but was then rescheduled for December 22 internationally. In addition to Prithviraj Sukumaran, Shruthi Haasan, and Madhu Guruswamy in important parts, the film is produced by Vijay Kiragandur. There are fourteen enormous sets in and around Ramoji Film City for the movie. Scroll down to learn about Salaar box office collection day 14!!

Salaar Box Office Collection Day 14

Since its release before a long weekend that encompassed Christmas, Prabhas’ “Salaar: Part One-Ceasefire” has been bringing in large sums of money at the box office. Salaar’s collection saw a peak during the New Year time, but on Thursday it fell to its lowest point.

Within fourteen days of its release, Salaar made ₹378.17 crores in net revenue at the Indian Box Office, according to reports from industry tracker Sacnilk. According to Sacnilk’s first estimations, the film earned ₹4.67 crore net on its fourteenth day of release in theaters.

Salaar Box Office Collection Day 14
Salaar Box Office Collection Day 14

The film, directed by Prashanth Neel, brought in ₹90.7 crore net on its opening day at the Indian Box Office. The movie earned ₹209.1 crore net on its opening weekend and ₹308 crore net at the end of its first week. Over the past three days, the movie’s performance has declined as its box office receipts have been declining since Tuesday. The net collection for the second week is ₹70.17 crore.

It has collected ₹441.15 crore domestically and ₹130 crore internationally. Thus, the movie has made ₹571.15 crore at the box office worldwide overall. Having been produced on a ₹200 crore budget, the film currently holds the fifth position in the list of the highest-grossing Indian films of 2023.

Dive into some more information:

Since New Year’s, occupancy rates have dramatically decreased. Overall Telugu occupancy on January 4th, Salaar: Cease Fire – Part 1 was 16.92 percent; Malayalam occupancy was 11.83 percent; Tamil occupancy was 13.68 percent; Kannada occupancy was 4.82 percent; and Hindi occupancy was 13.19 percent.

In a social media post on X (formerly Twitter), Manobala Vijayabalan, a cinema trade expert, revealed PAN India figures for Salaar ticket sales in comparison to Dunki, which displays Prabhas’ film as the top pick.

Here is the Twitter post:

Salaar Box Office Collection Day 13

At the box office, Prabhas’ Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire is dominating, and the reason for this is clear. At the Indian box office, the Prashanth Neel-directed film, which debuted in theaters on December 22 of last year, is getting closer to reaching the 400-crore mark.

According to Sacnilk, on Day 13, the action drama brought in ₹ 5.25 crore (in all languages) at the domestic box office. The report further stated that the film’s total collection now stands at ₹ 373.57 crore after its consistent showing on its second Wednesday in theaters.

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