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Salaar Telugu states advance bookings update

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Salaar Telugu states advance bookings update is out. It is widely known that the makers of Salaar have applied for the ticket hike in both Telugu states. The makers are said to have applied for RRR rates in both Telugu states. Salaar Telugu states advance bookings update is out.

The Government of Andhra Pradesh is reportedly allowing 50rs ticket hike and Telangana, Salaar is likely to have ticket prices that RRR film had. According to the reports, both GOs are expected to be released by today afternoon or evening. The bookings will immediately start after G.O. comes out.

The audiences are eagerly waiting for advance bookings of Salaar, and this evening, they can expect the ticket bookings to open in all territories of Telugu states.

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Salaar Story, Release date and other details

Set in an imaginary Khansaar world, Salaar is the story of two best friends, Deva and Varadha. When Varadha’s life is in danger, Deva comes to his aid and sets the things to his friend’s will. However, unexpected events make the best friends turn into enemies.

Prabhas plays the main character in Salaar, alongside Prithviraj Sukumaran, Shruti Haasan, and Jagapathi Babu in other significant roles. The movie Vijay Kiragandur produced is the first collaboration between director Prashanth Neel and Pan-Indian star Prabhas. On December 22, the film is set to be released in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam.

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