Baahubali 2 week 3 box office collection : The film grosses over 1500 crores worldwide

Baahubali 2 week 3 box office collection : The film grosses over 1500 crores worldwide
Written by Ravleen Khera

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion doesn’t seem to stop with its box office domination. It has been three weeks since S.S. Rajamouli’s Prabhas starrer magnum opus hit movie screens worldwide and box office records were broken left, right and centre, with no looking back. The film’s official twitter handle tweeted about the film’s new milestone of grossing 1500 crores at the worldwide box office.

The tweet read as follows, “It’s getting Bigger and Bigger… SUCH A REMARKABLE MILESTONE!! THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR YOUR SUPPORT! #1500CroreBaahubali”

Ramesh Bala who is an industry trade tracker and media strategist, tweeted about the movies gross and net breakup in India and the overseas total at the box office.

Film critic and trade analyst termed this feat “sensational”. He also tweeted about how Baahubali was ‘setting new benchmarks’ and setting box office records that seem ‘unbeatable’ and ‘unconquerable’ for a while atleast.

Taran Adarsh regularly tracks the film’s hindi version’s box office collection and tweeted about the same. “#Baahubali2 has a PHENOMENAL Week 3… Week 1: ₹ 247 cr Week 2: ₹ 143.25 cr Week 3: ₹ 69.75 cr Total: ₹ 460 cr NETT HINDI. India biz” he stated in his tweet.

Baahubali 2 with its Hindi version alone managed to break the box office record of Aamir Khan’s Dangal. With 460 crore of earnings, the film is slowly marching towards the 500 crore mark. Karan Johar whose company Dharma Productions distributed the Hindi version tweeted, “The HINDI version of #BaahubaliTheConclusion marches past the 450 crore mark! The worldwide MANIA continues!!!! #Baahubali1500cr”

Baahubali 2 which is a revenge drama, has been made on a budget of approximately Rs. 250 crore with a cast comprising of Prabhas, Anushka Shetty, Ramya Krishnan, Rana Daggubati and Sathyaraj among others. The film boasts of never- seen-before visual effects in Indian cinema. In fact, the budget of the sequel was increased seeing the tremendous success and fan following of the first Baahubali film released in 2015, which ended on a cliff hanger and left audiences gasping with the question “Why Kattappa Killed Baahubali?”.


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Ravleen Khera

A commerce graduate, yoga enthusiast ( certified power yoga instructor), internet/social media junkie, dog lover, coffee addict are some words that describe me. I endeavour to nurture a skill for penning down words that educate, engage, entertain and also add value to the platform my content is published on. Currently,amidst a career transition :)