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Salaar achieves breakeven mark in Nizam – An excellent achievement and the first area to break even

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Salaar achieves breakeven mark in Nizam. It is an excellent achievement for the film, and it is the first area to breakeven. Released on December 22, 2024, the Pan Indian action drama will cross the 500Cr Gross worldwide by the end of the day and meanwhile, Salaar achieves the breakeven mark in Nizam, and is an excellent achievement for the film.

Nizam rights of Salaar have been bought by Mythri movies for a non RRR record price of 65Cr NRA including GST. This is a huge amount and before this film, only Baahubali 2 and RRR have collected more than 50Cr share in this region.

Prabhas’s stardom and Prashant Neel’s brand, along with positive reviews and word of mouth have helped the film to achieve the breakeven mark. The film crossed the 65Cr share mark Nizam by today including GST, and it is the 1st territory for the film to achieve the breakeven.

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The ticket hikes have also played key roles in Salaar reaching the breakeven. The movie got 1 AM shows permission in Telangana on the opening day. Extra show permission along with 100 RS hike in Plexes and 65 RS hike in single screens, all these factors have helped massively for the film to post huge numbers on the 1st weekend.

In the 1st 5 days only the film had recovered more than 85% which helped the film to get to the breakeven despite the film witnessing a significant drop in weekdays. Nizam has been the best performing territory for the film.

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