Prabhas' Salaar witnessed a fluctuating box office journey, starting with a record-breaking opening but then experiencing a gradual decline in collections during its first week.

the film amassed Rs 12.50 crore on its second Saturday, contributing to a total domestic earning of Rs 329.62 crore over nine days in India

a notable Rs 90.7 crore on opening day, followed by Rs 56.35 crore and Rs 62.05 crore on Saturday and Sunday respectively

collection summed up to Rs 308 crore, marking a consistent downturn before showing a slight growth on its second Saturday with an additional Rs 12.50 crore

the approaching New Year holiday, building on its 38.01 percent Telugu occupancy and a 22.84 percent Hindi occupancy on Saturday

Salaar also saw promising occupancies in other regions: 15.97 percent in Kannada, 18.54 percent in Tamil, and 19.92 percent in Malayalam

Salaar's global success, announcing its gross earnings of Rs 550 crores within an eight-day theatrical run on December 30

the film aims to surpass the impressive ₹600 crore mark globally, indicating a potentially strong performance ahead