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Baahubali 2 is the first Indian film with over 10 crore footfalls

SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus Baahubali 2 has created yet another record -- it has become the first Indian film to have registered over 10 crore in footfalls in the country.

regional movies Updated: Jul 10, 2017 09:49 IST
Sandeep Acharya
Baahubali 2 starred Prabhas and Rana Daggubati in the lead roles.
Baahubali 2 starred Prabhas and Rana Daggubati in the lead roles.

It’s been 10 weeks since the release of SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus Baahubali 2 and the film still continues to rock the box-office across good number of screens in the country. In a latest report doing the rounds, Baahubali 2 is said to be the first Indian film to have registered over 10 crore in footfalls and still counting in the country. These numbers have startled the trade, critics and audiences alike.

Baahubali 2 has many first-time records. It’s the first Indian film to breach into the Rs 1500 crore club, crushing all records across the length and breadth of the globe. In Tamil Nadu, the film has officially joined the Rs 150 crore club, becoming the first film to achieve the rare feat, even surpassing superstar Rajinikanth’s Enthiran, which registered the record seven years ago. According to trusted trade pundits, it took second part in the Baahubali franchise just 16 days to enter the Rs 100 crore club in Tamil Nadu. In Kerala, the film minted around Rs 70 crore in its theatrical run. Having broken the records of Bollywood biggies such as Sultan and Dangal to become the biggest Indian grosser, there’s no record left to be broken by the film and it’s a moment of pride for every south Indian.

A story about two warring brothers battling for the ownership of an ancient kingdom, Prabhas and Rana Daggubati played the male protagonists. The features elaborate fight sequences and computer graphics including rampaging elephants and a bull stampede which have left both audiences and critics alike in awe. Shot in Telugu and Tamil, the film was dubbed into Hindi and Malayalam. Interestingly, all the four versions of the film did exceptionally good business at the ticket window. In September, the film is slated for its release in China.

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