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Salaar box office collection: Prabhas film makes Rs 381.6 crore in India

Salaar: Part 1- Ceasefire is an action packed drama written and directed by Prasanth Neel of KGF fame. This film marks the first collaboration between Prasanth Neel, Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran. Salaar also stars Sriya Reddy, Mime Gopi, Jagapathi Babu and Shruti Haasan in important roles.

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Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran’s Salaar: Part 1- Ceasefire is steadily moving towards Rs 400 crore in India. After witnessing a significant run in the first week, the Prasanth Neel directorial has maintained its position at the box office as it earned Rs 381.60 crore in 15 days. Salaar is one of the highest grossing Indian films of 2023.

Salaar released in cinemas on December 22 and had a grand opening with Rs 90.7 crore in India. Due to its popularity, the film has now managed to crawl closer to the 400 crore in India. According to reports Salaar: Cease Fire – Part 1 reported a Telugu occupancy rate of 16.43% on January 5, 2024.

On Friday, the Salaar’s collection’s downward trend continued, the film made lowest after picking up during the New Year period. On its 15th day in cinemas, Salaar made Rs 3.67 crore net. Its domestic gross totals Rs 446.55 crore and the overseas collection worldwide now stands at Rs 578.55 crore. The film’s performance has been deteriorating over the past few days as it collection has steadily been falling since Tuesday.

The day 15 Telugu occupancy percentages for morning, afternoon, evening, and night shows were 13.33 percent, 14.63%, 17.72% and 20.03% respectively. Salaar also had occupancy rates of 16.10 percent in Malayalam, 14.6% in Tamil, 4.86% in Kannada, and 13.76% in Hindi belt.

Salaar: Part 1- Ceasefire is an action packed drama written and directed by Prasanth Neel of KGF fame. This film marks the first collaboration between Prasanth Neel, Prabhas and Prithviraj Sukumaran. Salaar also stars Sriya Reddy, Mime Gopi, Jagapathi Babu and Shruti Haasan in important roles.

The film’s second part is titled Salaar: Part 2 – Shouryanga Parvam. While talking to the media, Prabhas revealed that the story is ready and an announcement regarding the shooting will be made soon. Salaar has been produced by Hombale Films and has been made on a humongous budget of Rs 400 crore.

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Anupam Kher pens note for late actor Satish Kaushik on his birth anniversary

Anupam Kher took to his Instagram account to share a video on the birth anniversary of Satish Kaushik

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Anupam Kher shared a very close bond with the late actor Satish Kaushik. There isn’t a single occasion that Kher hasn’t thought of him since his death. Today marks the birth anniversary of Satish Kaushik, so today is particularly significant, and his best friend is missing him a bit more than usual. Anupam Kher shared a emotional video today recalling his best friend.

The Kashmir Files actor posted a video on his Instagram account with multiple images of himself and Satish Kaushik. The photos attest to the fact that these two had a close friendship. Kher captioned the video saying, Happy Birthday, my dearest #Satish. He further said, he  prays that wherever he is, God blesses him with happiness. Kher siad for him, Satish is always around. In pictures, in food, in talks, in interactions with people, and when he feels alone.

He further mentioned about his upcoming film Tanvi The Great, which is going to be directed by him, and added, his memory is infectious! to his caption. In the caption, he also provided an update on Tanvi The Great, his late friend, joking that he had taken most of his excellent advice and left the negative one out. He concluded the caption by saying that he misses their conversations, Satish Kaushik’s phone calls, his physical presence, his cribbing, and his amazing sense of humor! Will always be in love with you, he said.

Meanwhile, on workfront, Anupam Kher is busy with his upcoming directorial film Tanvi The Great. He recently started filming the movie, and on his birthday, he provided an update on the same. He hired Japanese cinematographer Keiko Nakahara as a DOP for this movie.

With Om Jai Jagadish, the actor made his directing debut back in 2002. With Tanvi The Great, the actor is back in the director’s chair.

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KGF actor Yash to co-produce Nitesh Tiwari’s Ramayana

KGF’ actor Yash will co-produce Ramayana, starring Ranbir Kapoor as Lord Ram, with Namit Malhotra.

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Nitesh Tiwari’s Ramanyana is one of the most anticipated films of the years. The film has created a buzz ever since it was announced. Now, in the recent development, Rocking Star Yash’s Monster Mind Creations and Namit Malhotra’s Prime Focus Studios have teamed up to produce the epic  mythological story.

Earlier, there were speculations that Yash will play the role of Ravan. In Nitish Tiwari’s magnum ops, Rabir Kapoor will be seen playing the role of Lord Ram where as there are still sepculations on Sita’s role. However, makers are yet to reveil the official cast and crew of the film.

Namit Malhotra, the Global CEO of DNEG, has been planning his goals to adapt this classic story for the big screen, for a several years. Namit met Yash when they were talking about their ambition, and the two master of cinema soon realised they had the same goal of introducing the world to India’s rich cultural legacy.

Along with DNEG, who will provide a never-before-seen visual cinematic experience, and famous director Nitesh Tiwari, Namit and Yash have set out on a historic adventure to showcase the enduring popularity of Indian mythology and storytelling traditions on a global scale.

Speaking about the same, Yash said that he has always wanted to produce films that will introduce Indian cinema to a worldwide audience. Additionally, he disclosed that he was in Los Angeles to form a partnership with one of the top visual effects studios, and he expressed surprise upon learning that the inspiration behind it was a fellow Indian.

The combination of the two producers’ exceptional creative and technical skills and experience is what is generating such excitement among fans for this ambitious and thrilling production.

Meanwhile, after the shooting of the film began, pictures of supporting cast members wearing makeup and hair costumes surfaced online. In one of the videos, which went viral, Ranbir Kapoor was seeing doing workout to look fit in the character of Lord Ram.

According to insiders, Nitesh Tiwari enforced a strict no-phone rule on the movie sets.

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Amar Singh Chamkila social media review: Diljit Dosanjh gets praise from audience, fans say Imtiaz Ali has created magic

Diljit Dosanjh and Parineeti Chopra starrer film was released on OTT giant Netflix today.

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Imtiaz Ali-helmed Amar Singh Chamkila released on Netflix today . The title character, played by Diljit Doshanjh, of the enigmatic Punjabi folk artist Chamkila, whose successful career is interrupted by his violent murder. The much-awaited film was appreciated by the audiences as they felt every minute of the film was worth watching.

Soon after the film was released on OTT giant Netflix, it was well received by the audience. Taking to social media fans appreciated Imtiaz Ali’s craft and Diljit Doshanjh’s acting. A user said what a magic Imtiaz Ali has created. Another said it is worth watching. A third user said, Imtiaz Ali is back.

Amidst the sorrow, the tone changes as we listen in on the man who has lost his Ustaad and the policeman looking into his murder. The blood of Chamkila and his wife Amarjot Kaur stains the Punjabi music industry, making them a miserable sight draped in white sheets.

The film is a remarkable record of a man whose courage ruined him and made him a great star at the same time. The most remarkable thing about it is that the audience can nearly always witness both his ascent to fame and his impending collapse occurring simultaneously. Even in the face of threats to his life from terrorists from Khalistani province and competing musicians, Chamkila never fails to captivate audiences with his unique charisma.

Amar Singh Chamikla appears to take the shape of a biographical drama, yet it delves deeper into the themes of evil, innocence, and a man’s drive to prove his worth in the face of mounting criticism. As music director AR Rahman saidd, Imtiaz has reinvented himself, and he agrees that filmmaker Imtiaz Ali has moved away from his well-known post-teen love clichés.

This film does not seek to be a documentary on Chamkila’s double-entendre songs, which led the self-described watchdogs of society to label him and his listeners as ganda banda (a dirty man). However, it also serves as a commentary on the era and society that Chamkila lived in. Imtiaz has shown how Chamkila’s life and career were affected by the insurgency in Punjab during the 1980s, as have script developers Nidhi Sethia and Richa Nanda.

In order to strengthen the viewer’s emotional connection with Chamkila and Amarjot, Amar Singh Chamkila employs archive video from a variety of sources, including footage from their housefull akhaadas (stage shows) in Punjab.

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