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'Salaar' box office Day 7: Prabhas' film targets Rs 600 crore globally

'Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire' directed by Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran is having a great run in theatres. The film has crossed Rs 500 crore worldwide and is now heading towards the Rs 600 crore mark.

Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran's 'Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire' is breaking box office records with every passing day. Within a week, the Prashanth Neel directorial has managed to cross Rs 500 crore worldwide. The film is still going strong, earning double digits on weekdays. As per trade reports, Salaar will target Rs 600 crore worldwide as there is less competition in theatres.

Directed by Prabhas, 'Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire' was released in theaters on December 22 in five languages. The film clashed with Shah Rukh Khan's film 'Dunki'.


'Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire' did the unthinkable by entering the Rs 500-crore club in just six days. On December 28, the film finally completed a week in theaters, and it's safe to say it was an eventful one. On its seventh day in theatres, early estimates suggest that the film has grossed around Rs 13.50 crore in India. Although the movie lineup is gradually tapering off, it will likely accelerate over the weekend.

The seven-day collection of 'Salaar' now stands at Rs 308.90 crore at the domestic box office. As of December 28, the Telugu version's occupancy rate was 21 percent in India.

All about "Salaar"

“Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire” is an action-packed drama written and directed by Prashanth Neel of “KGF” fame. This film marks the first collaboration between Prashanth and the film's leads, Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumran. Apart from them, the film also features Shruti Haasan, Jagapathi Babu, Mayim Gopi, Suriya Reddy and many others in important roles.

The second part of the film is titled Salaar: Part 2 – Shouryanga Parvam. Details regarding the filming of the second part are still awaited.

Produced by Hombale Films, 'Salaar' was made on a huge budget of Rs 400 crore.

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