Salaar’s Day 1 Box Office Figures Surpass Prabhas’ Debut: Prashanth Neel’s Movie Shows a Remarkable 960% Surge, Potentially Earning 10.6 Times Higher!

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Salaar’s Day 1 Box Office Figures Surpass Prabhas’ Debut: Prashanth Neel’s Movie Shows a Remarkable 960% Surge, Potentially Earning 10.6 Times Higher!



Prabhas’ debut at the Hindi Box Office was impressive, and Salaar’s potential earnings, bolstered by Prashanth Neel’s track record, could be nearly 10.6 times higher.

Prabhas is set for his collaboration with Prashanth Neel in Salaar Part 1: The Ceasefire, slated to clash with Dunki at the box office, albeit without overlapping opening days.

While Shah Rukh Khan kicks off a day earlier, Prabhas’ film hits screens a day later. Anticipation looms large as Salaar is expected to make an entrance surpassing 70+ crore, potentially outshining Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan’s initial figures.

If the frenzy lives up to expectations, the film might even breach the 100-crore milestone on its opening day.

With the buzz surrounding the duo of Prashanth Neel and Prabhas and their respective track records, Salaar is also anticipated to make a significant impact at the Hindi box office.

There’s justified speculation that the film could witness a staggering opening, potentially reaching up to 10 times higher than Baahubali’s initial numbers!

“Salaar could mark Prabhas’ resurgence at the Hindi Box Office, echoing the monumental success of Baahubali, the film that catapulted him to mega stardom in the Hindi-speaking regions almost overnight.

Intriguingly, his Hindi debut took place on July 10, 2015, a date etched in history by Prabhas himself.”

Only 7-Day Window Before Salman Khan Arrived

The  anticipation was that Prabhas and SS Rajamouli’s film had a mere seven-day window to perform at the Hindi Box Office before Salman Khan and Kabir Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan hit the screens.

Yet, Baahubali defied expectations, etching its name in history by standing firm against Salman Khan’s wave, amassing a staggering 120 crore at the Hindi Box Office, transforming the film into a blockbuster hit!

Prabhas’ Opening Day Number

Prabhas’s movie debuted with an initial collection of just 5.15 crore on its first day. Given that it was a dubbed film, entering entirely uncharted territory for Hindi audiences, this opening was commendable.

It closely aligned with the starts of Ranbir Kapoor’s Bombay Velvet, which opened at 5.20 crore but failed at the box office, and Deepika Padukone’s Piku, which began with 5.32 crore and went on to become a hit.

Salaar to Earn 10 Times More Than Baahubali?

The anticipation surrounding Salaar is immense, especially given Prashanth Neel’s previous film, KGF 2, which garnered a massive opening in the Hindi market, amounting to a staggering 53 crore!

Considering the Baahubali frenzy surrounding Prabhas and Prashanth Neel’s track record, Salaar Part 1 might set its sights on this figure, aiming for an opening nearly 10 times higher than Baahubali’s initial collection of almost 5 crore.

This would signify an extraordinary 960% leap from Prabhas’ day 1 at the Hindi Box Office.

The 2nd Best Assumption For Salaar’s Box Office Opening

In the event that Salaar doesn’t reach the elevated anticipation and figures of Prashanth Neel’s prior movie, KGF 2, it could potentially align with the opening performance of Prabhas’ recent film, Adipurush, at the Hindi Box Office, collecting within the range of 30 to 40 crore.

With the stage now set, Prabhas’ action-packed spectacle is slated to follow Shah Rukh Khan’s film a day after Dunki’s release. This clash is undoubtedly poised to set new records and achieve remarkable figures. The excitement is palpable, awaiting the unfolding hysteria!


Also Read: Box Office: Shah Rukh Khan to Create History In Becoming the First Indian Actor Reaching 1500 Crore Milestone In A Year?


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