Prabhas and Rana Daggubati’s Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has reportedly raked in Rs 113 crore at the box office…
S.S Rajamouli‘s magnum opus Baahubali 2: The Conclusion starring Prabhas and Rana Daggubati has reportedly earned over Rs. 100 crore at the ticket window in the country on release day. Trade sources say this is the best ever opening for an Indian film. The second part of the franchise was released in four languages – Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam. Filmmaker Karan Johar, who is presenting the Hindi version of the film, tweeted his joy over the bumper opening of the film. “Unthinkable and unimaginable highest ever day 1. Data being tabulated, will take a while!!! Watch this space for the number! #Baahubali,” he tweeted.
Now, according to trade analyst Komal Nahta, the Hindi version of the film collected Rs. 41.50 crore. As he tweeted, “It looks like #Baahubali2 netted Rs. 41.5 crore on day 1. History is being written by this blockbuster.” The Telugu version of Baahubali, on the other hand, netted a whopping Rs. 53 crore, according to trade analyst Trinath. As he mentioned to IANS, “The film has taken a phenomenal opening. In Andhra and Telangana, the film in Telugu minted Rs. 53 crore, making it the biggest opening ever for any film across language in the two states. The film is expected to collect over Rs. 100 crore from the two states over the weekend.”
In Tamil Nadu, the film collected around Rs. 12 crore on the first day. “If the early morning shows were not cancelled across Tamil Nadu on Friday, the film could have collected even more. According to early estimates, it has minted around Rs. 12 crore. It’s going pick up over the weekend,” Trinath added. In Kerala, the film is believed to have collected around Rs. 7 crore on Friday. If you add all the figures from all the four versions, you will realise that the film has raked in Rs 113 crore at the box office on day one.