Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is the biggest film in the Indian film industry. When the Baahubali first part was released no one expects that it will become most watchable, most notable movie. It happened due to its unmatchable scenes like the first Bahubali last scene in which Kattapa killed Bahubali. Due to curiosity the movie hype and make a unexpectable terrific hit.
The Bahubali first part movie climax scene gave the reason to wait for the second part of the movie and when it release in 2017 as expected all records break down of the first-day collection itself.
The Baahubali 1 net collection was Rs 650 crore. Due to the most waitable movie, the Bahubali 2 released across over 8000 screens worldwide and 6500 screens in India.
As expected the film the tickets were sold out for the first weekend in advance booking in India. Indian online ticket booking site BookMyShow declared that it has already sold over a million tickets in just over 24 hours for Baahubali 2: The Conclusion.
Prabhas and Anushka Shetty starer Rajamouli’s film Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has surpassed the Bollywood blockbuster Amir Khan’s Dangal and Salman’s Sultan.
Reports suggest that Baahubali 2 already collected Rs 500 crore through its satellite and distribution rights. So we all can expect that Baahubali 2 will be going break all box-office records and is very likely to emerge as the first Indian film to earn Rs 1000 crore.
In film Bahubali Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah, Sathyaraj and Ramya Krishnan are staring which is directed by SS Rajamouli.
As expected after the release of Bahubali 2: the conclusion breaks all records in the Indian cinema history by box office day 1 collection.
The Bahubali 2 day 1 box office collection is over Rs. 100 crore in India and over Rs. 200 crore woldwide.
Here I would like to clear that in Indian cinema history no one collects or even reach to this figures. The highest opening of 2017 has been Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees which earned Rs 20.42 crore on day 1.
According to report the cumulative collection of all languages is over Rs 520 crore worldwide over the opening weekend.