Salaar’s overseas business is thriving, and the break-even details have been revealed. Prabhas and Prashanth Neel’s pan-Indian film, Salaar, sold its overseas rights to Phars Films quite some time ago, and internal business dealings have already occurred in most countries.
The final business ratio for Salaar in the overseas market is reported to be 72 crore rupees. To ensure the safety of all distributors, the film needs to aim for collections exceeding 18 million dollars from overseas territories. With its strong buzz in all languages, a positive opening is expected, but the film’s success hinges on positive word of mouth for it to achieve break-even.
Reports suggest that Hombale Films, the producers of Salaar Part 1: Ceasefire, were initially dissatisfied with the first postponement, which pushed the release from September 28th to December 22nd.
However, Prashant Neel convinced them to agree to the delay as he wasn’t satisfied with certain scenes and decided to reshoot them. Despite rumors of further postponements, inside sources indicate that the producers are not inclined to delay the film again.