‘Baahubali’ Total Worldwide Box-Office Collections Report

Indian movie “Baahubali” collected a record breaking first-day collection of Rs 50 crore in India alone!

The movie has now occupied the number one spot in India in terms of first-day collections, beating SRK’s “Happy New Year” that collected Rs 44 crore on day one.

The much-awaited multi-lingual flick “Baahubali- the Beginning” (Bahubali) hit screens on July 10, 2015 across the world.

The movie opened to enormous response and is expected to make a new record at the worldwide box office in the days to come.

Counted as the most expensive films made in this country, this movie’s budget is more than Rs. 200 crores.


This action-packed drama film stars Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Ramya Krishna, Anushka Shetty and Tamannaah Bhatia as leads.

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The movie was released in more than 4,000 theaters worldwide. This epic drama is the anticipated part 1 of the two parts.

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It has been creating headlines for many a reason since its official announcement.

The makers have cleverly adapted distinctive promotional strategies to launch its teasers, posters, trailers and music to turn it into a huge success.

Directed by S.S. Rajamouli, “Baahubali-the Beginning” holds out many promises: of escapade and romance, audacity and weakness, love and treachery.

“Baahubali-the Beginning” has simultaneously been shot in Tamil and Telugu and dubbed in Hindi and Malayalam. The overwhelming response of this film shatters all records worldwide.

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According to the reports, it crosses $1+ million (approximately 8.20 crores) collection at USA box office itself, setting an irresistible record in Indian cinema.

This film has bagged a total of Rs. 50 crores worldwide on its very first day. The shows of this action packed film began as early as 4:00 a.m in the morning in Andhra Pradesh.

The tickets were priced to burn a hole in the pocket of audiences. Despite the fact that the tickets were priced as high as Rs.8000, they were all sold out like hot cakes in advance.

This movie is all set to enter the 300-crore club.

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