Salaar box office collection Day 11 : As the New Year rolled in , so did the cheers for Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran starrer, ‘Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire.’ Directed by the maestro Prashanth Neel, this cinematic marvel not only survived the weekdays but soared to new heights during the festive New Year weekend.

Salaar Box office Collection on Weekend and Monday

While most were still recovering from the New Year’s Eve celebrations, Salaar was making waves at the box office. Day 11 saw a robust collection of Rs 15.5 crore, pushing the film’s total domestic earnings to a whopping Rs 360.77 crore, marking it as the fifth-biggest Indian blockbuster of 2023.

Breaking it down, the Telugu version took the lead with a solid 48.75% occupancy, closely followed by the Hindi version with 28.03%. Tamil and Malayalam versions added their charm with 20.26% and 16.32% occupancy, respectively.

Salaar isn’t just a local sensation; it’s a global phenomenon. The film has already raked in a jaw-dropping Rs 625 crore worldwide, bringing it within touching distance of the legendary Baahubali 1’s global collection of Rs 650 crore.

Prabhas vs All

In its 11-day stint, Salaar has surpassed the worldwide earnings of Vijay’s Leo and even outdone Rajinikanth’s Jailer. This places Salaar comfortably as the fifth-biggest Indian film of 2023. However, the colossal challenge remains – can it topple Jawan’s Rs 1100 crore-plus haul?

In the midst of this blockbuster run, Prabhas took a moment to express his gratitude on Instagram. Wishing fans a Happy New Year, he wrote, “While I decide the fate of Khansaar⚔️💥, you all sit back and have a fantastic New Year darlings! Thank you for owning #SalaarCeaseFire and making it a big success.”

Rewriting Box Office History

Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire isn’t just a movie; it’s a record-breaking force. Since its release on December 22, it has earned an impressive Rs 625 crore worldwide in just 10 days. Even a clash with Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Dunki’ couldn’t deter Salaar’s triumph.

‘Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire’ is not just about Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran’s stellar performances. The movie, directed by Prashanth Neel, boasts an ensemble cast including Shruti Haasan, Jagapathi Babu, Mime Gopi, Sriya Reddy, and more, adding layers to its dynamic storyline.

What’s Next: ‘Salaar: Part 2 – Shouryanga Parvam’

As fans revel in the success of Part 1, the excitement builds for ‘Salaar: Part 2 – Shouryanga Parvam.’ Although details about the sequel’s shooting are still under wraps, expectations are sky-high for another cinematic spectacle.

In Conclusion

Salaar: Part 1 – Ceasefire’s triumphant run at the box office solidifies its status as a must-watch blockbuster of 2023. With a stellar cast, global appeal, and unprecedented collections, Salaar continues to break barriers and set new records in Indian cinema.