Prabhas ready to release next Salaar making waves at Box office with pre release business and movie rights. Many big-budget films are hitting the screens these days, and most stars are aiming for a pan-India audience. However, these high-budget movies are not bringing in good returns for distributors, especially in Andhra. Buyers are facing significant losses due to the films having inflated budgets and makers asking for higher-than-deserved rates.
Unfortunately, multiple pan-India films have been back-to-back failures for distributors and exhibitors. Now, all eyes are on “Salaar” as people hope it will bring some redemption. In Andhra Pradesh, apart from the Sankranthi season, the numbers haven’t been positive for buyers. Even a big film like SS Rajamouli’s “RRR” didn’t perform as well as expected for Andhra distributors. None of the recent films have brought good profits; most have resulted in significant losses.
Even “Salaar” faced challenges in its business. While the makers expected a business of over 130Cr in Andhra Pradesh, it sold for less than 100Cr, which is still a substantial amount.
The outcome of “Salaar” is crucial because if it doesn’t deliver big numbers, it could impact the business of upcoming big films in Tollywood. Finding distributors at lower prices might also become difficult if “Salaar” performs similarly to recent pan-India movies. On the flip side, if “Salaar” does well, it could boost confidence in big-budget films among distributors. The success of “Salaar” might be the turning point the industry needs.