The Prabhas-starrer made over ₹600 crore at the worldwide box office and became one of the highest grossers of 2023
Prabhas from Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire
Lauded as one of the most beloved South Indian films of 2023, Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire, is now available to stream on Netflix. This action-thriller, starring Prabhas, Prithviraj Sukumaran, and Shruti Haasan, enthralled audiences with its high-octane action and powerful performances, earning critical acclaim and a staggering ₹611.80 crore at the box office, worldwide.
Netflix finally unveiled its global hit list for the week of January 15 to 21, revealing some intriguing viewing trends. From India, the action-thriller Salaar: Part 1 - Ceasefire held the top spot, racking up a massive 1.6 million views, globally. Meanwhile, on the international non-English films chart, Spanish drama Society of the Snow dominated with a whopping 13.4 million views, followed by the captivating German flick Sixty Minutes with 10.6 million views. These diverse choices highlight the wide range of content captivating audiences around the world on Netflix.
Buzzing with excitement, Prithviraj Sukumaran couldn't help but share his joy with fans through Netflix. The film's triumph on the platform resonated deeply with him, prompting him to extend a warm invitation to anyone who hasn't already embarked on the Salaar adventure.
A stalwart leader named Salaar makes a special pledge to his friend who is close to death. This pledge involves facing off against some other groups who do bad things. Salaar stands up for what's right, even when it's difficult, because he promised his friend.
Putting an end to much anticipation, Netflix has finally released the English version of Prabhas's action extravaganza. While fans have already been enjoying the film's South Indian versions, the English release opens the door to a wider audience.
However, fans around the globe can finally experience the cinematic phenomenon of RRR, the 2022 box office champion and winner of Best Original Song at the 2023 Oscars, thanks to its recent release on Netflix in English. This global platform allows audiences to witness the film's grandeur and musical magic, bringing a piece of Indian cinema's finest achievements to the world.