Because to the intense hype, Salaar and Project K’s producers are said to have overstated the share ratio.
Fans are eagerly anticipating Prabhas’ triumphant return to the big screen after Radhe Shyam’s abject failure. Project K and Salaar, two of his impending pan-Indian blockbusters, appear to be the ideal vehicles for his comeback. There was a lot of excitement and interest surrounding these two movies. Because of this, the producers allegedly overstated the share ratio in Telugu states.
The actor hasn’t seen any notable movie office success since Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. His Saaho did well, but it wasn’t a lot in light of the enormous expectations and costs. His most recent film, Radhe Shyam, was a colossal failure that cost him a lot of money and became one of the worst tragedies in recent memory. Currently, Salaar, Project K, Adipurush, and other future movies are everyone’s top priorities.
Returning to the topic at hand, the article in Track Tollywood claims that the producers of Project K and Salaar starring Prabhas are quoting a share ratio of more than 200 crores for the Telugu states alone. This is extremely significant considering that only SS Rajamouli’s RRR has made more than 200 crores in Telugu states. The producers are optimistic about the movie’s box office success given all the anticipation and the actor’s star power.
Nevertheless, it was recently discovered that Prabhas had modified his plan for his upcoming movie with Maruthi, currently known as Raja Deluxe. The actor won’t receive a single rupee in compensation, helping the movie stay within its financial constraints and make as much money as possible. Instead, he will accept a portion of the revenue. The budget is apparently limited to far less than 100 crores as a result.