Ever since the release of Baahubali’s first part people all over the country was gripped with its fever. It broke many records. Expectations were very high from the second part as well. And after the release, it stood on people’s expectations.
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On 28 April, 2017 the much awaited Baahubali: The conclusion hit the cinemas. As expected the movie received a stupendous response from the audience. If you are trying to get the tickets online, then you will have to wait. According to the online tickets selling websites, thousands of tickets have already been booked.
SS Rajamouli’s movie stars Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah Bhati, Prabhas and Rana Daggubati. Like the first part, the sequel broke many records.
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It has become the first movie which has earned 100 crores on the first day only
Ramesh Bala who is an Indian movie industry tracker posted a pic of Baahubali’s first day collection.
#Baahubali2 the 1st movie to do 100+ Cr nett on Day 1 All-India
AP/TG – 53 Cr
Hindi – 38.5
KA – 10
TN – 9
KE – 4.5
Total – 115 Cr
— Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) April 29, 2017
Here’s the breakup:
Andhra Pradesh/Telangana (Telugu) – 53 crores!
Hindi – 38.5 crores!
Karnataka (Kannada)- 10 crores!
Tamil Nadu (Tamil)- 9 crores!
Kerala (Malayalam)- 4.5 crores!
Total – 115 crores!
If you thought the beginning set new records, then the conclusion has come to surprise you. it has broken many records. The movie has set a very high benchmark for all other movies. It is the first India movie which has earned 115 crores and that too on its first day. Entering the 100 crore club in the first day is in itself a huge accomplishment.
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The movie was released in 6500 screens in India. The Hindi version itself earned 38.5 crores. No movie has ever come even close to this huge number. In fact, Shahrukh Khan starrer Raees which received the highest earning in 2017 earned rs 20.42 crores on its first day.
According to Book My Show every second 12 tickets of Baahubali is being sold out. If everything goes this way, you can’t book a ticket earlier than 3 May. Earlier they also said that Baahubali had broken the record of Dangal in advance booking.