dunki vs salaar

On December 21, the movie Dunki, starring Shah Rukh Khan, was eventually released in theaters. Industry tracker Sacnilk reports that Dunki made Rs 15.41 crore in advance sales after more than two lakh tickets were booked at PVR-INOX and Cinepolis, two of the country’s major multiplex chains. On launch day, Dunki is anticipated to bring in Rs 38 crore and Rs 40 crore.

Additionally, it was claimed that the amount of tickets sold for Prabhas’s film Salaar, which opens in theaters on Friday, has reached Rs 29.35 crore. Over 14 lakh tickets have been sold for Salaar’s Friday release across 10,434 performances in India. Bookings for the Telugu version alone have brought in Rs 23.50 crore.

Manobala Vijayabalan, a trade expert, complained about the “unfair screen sharing” between the two movies on his X account. The creators of Salaar have removed the film’s distribution from cinema chains in South Indian markets, he added. “Pan India Star #Prabhas’ #Salaar unlikely to release in PVR INOX due to unfair screen sharing with #ShahRukhKhan’s #Dunki.” Salaar will not be made available in any of their South Market locations. As he has made the choice, the Hammerbale team intends to take severe action against Ajay Bijli and PVR-Inox shortly.

Dunki, which Rajkumar Hirani directs, features Taapsee Pannu, Vicky Kaushal, and Boman Irani among its cast members. The Hindi version of the movie was released. Four languages—Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam—will see the publication of Salaar. Prashanth Neel is the director of the picture.

Shah Rukh’s third movie of the year is Dunki. The actor earlier starred in Siddharth Anand’s Pathaan and Atlee’s Jawan. Around the world, each of the movies brought in over Rs 1000 crore. Following Baahubali, Prabhas’s career hasn’t been that successful; Saaho, Radhe Shyam, and Adipurush have all had trouble at the box office. He has had a string of well-publicized failures.