The second instalment of the Baahubali franchise has become the highest grossing Indian film of all time, raking in Rs 1000 crore worldwide.
According to trade analyst Ramesh Bala, the film made Rs 800 crore in India and Rs 200 overseas. It is now the only Indian film to ever cross Rs 1000 crore mark.
According to Hollywood Reporter, until Saturday, the film had made 131 million USD (Rs 842 crore). It beat 2014’s PK, which collected approximately 123 million USD (Rs 791 crore).
SS Rajamouli’s directorial collected 13.1 million USD (Rs 84 crore) in US and beat previous record-holder Dangal’s 12.4 million USD (Rs 79 crore) total haul in the territory.
In India, the film has collected over 106 million USD (Rs 680 crore), becoming the highest-grossing film in the country, beating previous record-holder Dangal which collected 83 million USD (Rs 533 crore).
Recently, the movie beat Tom Hanks’ high-tech thriller The Circle at the North American box office to become the first Indian movie to emerge at number three at US box office.
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is the sequel to the 2015 Baahubali: The Beginning and is directed by SS Rajamouli.
The movie stars Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Tamannaah Bhatia and Sathyaraj in pivotal roles.
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