Baahubali 33rd Day Box Office Collection
SS Rajamouli’s “Baahubali – the Beginning” (Bahubali) has been slowed in its tracks in its 5th weekend after a long, successful run at the overseas box office, because the film has been pulled down from many threatres in key international markets. “Baahubali – the Beginning” did record collection at the overseas box office in its first week. In its second week, it was forced out of some theatres by “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” in India, but managed to do well in foreign markets. In its third week, the makers released its Hindi version, which did well along with its Telugu and Tamil versions. In its third weekend, the Hindi version of “Baahubali – the Beginning” did better business in lesser number of screens than new Bollywood release “Bangistan”, which has collected $25,879 (Rs 16.53 lakh) from 41 screens in the USA and $7,252 (Rs 4.63 lakh) from 8 screens in Canada in its opening weekend. Baahubali has already registered its name as highest grosser South Indian movie & highest grosser Hindi dubbed movie of all time, and now it eyeing on the title of highest grosser movie of all time in India.
Baahubali 5th Tuesday Box Office Business
SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali is still maintaining its speed at the box office on its fifth Tuesday. According to the reliable sources, it is heard that this movie has collected Rs 455 Crore* in 33 days of its release. Baahubali – The Beginning was released in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam already broke the life-time gross collection records. This movie is listed in the all-time highest grosser Indian films worldwide and it has done the biggest business for a South Indian movie. The film is very good entertainer and still giving good competition to latest releases. The second part of the movie also has Subba Raju in an important role and will highlight the life of Baahubali and Devasena. The second part is slated to be released in the early months of 2016. Baahubali-The conclusion will start from where the first part, Baahubali-The Beginning has stopped.