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Opinion: Salaar makers should think of reducing Ticket prices

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Salaar makers should think of reducing Ticket prices in Telugu States. It is widely known that Hombale Films, the production house of Salaar, has applied for a ticket hike and got permission from both the Telangana and Andhra Pradesh governments. While in Telangana, the ticket prices are hiked very high, in Andhra, the low-class ticket prices are very high, which is stopping the audiences from holding back from watching the movie.

Salaar getting affected by High Ticket Prices

Salaar makers should consider reducing the prices starting Tuesday as these high prices are risky during the weekdays. Recently, many films that had an excellent weekend failed to have decent numbers during weekdays. Salaar makers should think of reducing ticket prices.

The film Salaar, released on December 28th, is performing exceptionally well on a weekend in Telugu States, and to hold the same momentum, it is better to decrease ticket prices.

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Prashanth Neel directed Salaar released worldwide amidst massive celebrations and hype and has managed to build solid numbers in Telugu states. While the worldwide box-office performance has been satisfactory, in Telugu States the film is suffering a bit because of the ticket prices. That is why Salaar makers should think of reducing Ticket prices in Telugu States.

Salaar Cast and Crew

The film stars Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran in the lead roles and is directed by KGF director Prashanth Neel. Earlier, it was reported that Salaar will be made in two parts. The first is titled ‘Salar- Ceasefire,’ and the second is ‘Salaar – Shauryanga Parvam.’ 

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Prabhas played the character of Deva/ Salaar, while Prithviraj Sukumaran was seen as Varada Raja Mannar, Jagapathi Babu as Rajamannar and Shruti Haasan as Aadhya. Salaar Part One was released in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada and many other languages.

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