"Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire" experienced a surge in collections on Saturday, with final estimates pending for Sunday.

 The movie clashed with "Dunki" globally, featuring Prabhas, Shruti Haasan, and Prithviraj Sukumaran, earning decently in India.

 Estimated at ₹4.09 crore on its 17th day, the film grossed ₹308 crore in the first week and ₹70.1 crore in week two.

Its 15th-day collection hit ₹3.65 crore, rising to ₹5.45 crore on day 16, with day 17's figures pending.

 "SalaarCeaseFire" will release in Spain on March 7th, 2024, in Spanish via India Cinepolis, and later in Japan during the summer.

Prabhas' popularity in Japan, fueled by "Baahubali," contributes to the film's Japanese release excitement by @movietwin2.

 Produced by Hombale Films, "Salaar" unfolds the tale of childhood friends turned adversaries in the fictional city of Khansaar.

 Positive responses from both critics and audiences hint at a sequel, set up by the part 1 conclusion, likely to hit screens after 2025 due to Prashanth Neel's commitments.