The protagonist of Prabhas 'Saaho' triumphs over the 'Uri' of Vicky Kaushal; register the second best monday of 2019

Turning the golden start at the box office into a massive collection of the first weekend; Prabhas starrer action movie ' Saaho 'So far it has stood out exceptionally well, despite mixed criticism and negativity in the commercial market. The Hindi version of the film has managed to do the most business so far, despite not being a holiday launch. the Subject The director is approaching the crore brand of Rs 100 and will soon be among the fastest films to do so this year.

'Saaho' has broken another record as the film entered the weekdays. The Prabhas starrer recorded the second-best Monday of the year, collecting a total of Rs 13.75 crore for its Hindi version at the box office.

According to a report on Boxofficeindia.com, Ganesh Chaturthi's vacation gave the collection a boost on Monday. With this, the film has surpassed the place of Vicky Kaushal protagonist 'Uri: The Surgical Strike'. The film had raised Rs 10.55 million on the first Monday.

However, 'Saaho' remains behind Shahid Kapoor starrer 'Kabir Singh', which raked in a total of Rs 17.05 crore on its first Monday at the box office. The numbers of 'Saaho' for the first four days is similar to Rajinikanth starrer ' 2.0 ', but the sci-fi film held on well after the initial days. However, the Prabhas starrer is expected to fall heavily on the weekdays.

The film was filmed mainly on Telegu with some portions in Hindi. After the ' Baahubali 'franchise and' 2.0 ', this is the fourth film from the southern market that has penetrated very well in the Hindi markets. 'Saaho' will also become the fourth film from the South, after 'Baahubali: The Begining', 'Baahubali: The Conclusion', and '2.0' to go over Rs 100 crore.

Written and directed by Subject , the film also features Neil Nitin Mukesh, Arun Vijay, Chunky Pandey, Jackie Shroff, Mahesh Manjrekar, Mandira Bedi, Evelyn Sharma, and Vennela Kishore in significant roles. ' Saaho ' hit the screens on August 30.

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