Prabhas’s Salaar Part 1: Ceasefire Sets Record With Massive Overseas Release

Prabhas’s Salaar Part 1: Ceasefire Sets Record with Massive Overseas Release

Prabhas’s highly anticipated film, Salaar Part 1: Ceasefire, is generating immense excitement among fans worldwide.The film is set to release in over 5,000 locations globally, making it a massive cinematic event.

 Prabhas’s Salaar Part 1: Ceasefire Sets Record With Massive Overseas

Prathyangira Cinemas, an overseas distribution company for Salaar, made a significant announcement on Twitter.They revealed that the movie will be shown on an impressive 1,979 screens across North America, a record-breaking number for any Indian film.

Prabhas himself shared this news on his Twitter account, expressing his gratitude and celebrating this milestone.

The much-awaited premiere of Salaar in the United States is scheduled for September 27.The success of Prabhas’s previous films, Baahubali and RRR, has contributed to the exponential growth of the Indian film market overseas.This trend has heightened the anticipation surrounding Salaar’s release.

Recently, the teaser of Salaar was unveiled, receiving an overwhelming response from fans.Interestingly, speculations have arisen suggesting that the film is set in the same universe as Yash’s KGF, further adding to the immense hype surrounding Salaar.

The film is being produced by Hombale Films, the same production house behind the Kannada blockbuster, KGF.Joining Prabhas in the cast are Shruti Haasan, Prithviraj Sukumaran, and Jagapathi Babu.Salaar will release on September 28 in multiple languages, including Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil, and Hindi, across India.

Meanwhile, Prabhas is also busy with his other mega-budget project, Project K.In exciting news, Kamal Haasan has joined the cast and is reportedly playing the role of the villain in this dystopian film.

Deepika Padukone’s first look from the film “Project K” was also recently revealed, showing her with a fierce appearance, sans makeup and with tousled hair.The movie became the first Indian film to be showcased at the San Diego Comic-Con and is considered a high-budget sci-fi project.

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