Bahubali 2, Bahubali the conclusion Bahubali 2: The Conclusion, Day 2 box office collection crosses 200 Crores – Newsfolo

Bahubali 2: The Conclusion, Day 2 box office collection crosses 200 Crores

Bahubali 2: The Conclusion, Day 2 box office collection crosses 200 Crores

Bahubali 2 The Conclusion is most awaited film of the year. This movie has a record-breaking opening in all over India becoming the highest opener of all time at the box office with 121 crore business on the first day of its release. On the second day after huge record-breaking opening, Bahubali 2 has maintained a same solid pace among fans. It continued its extraordinary run in Mumbai, Delhi/UP, and East Punjab. Bahubali 2 breaking all record and it is running with houseful shows in Hindi version which is unimaginable. It has again chances to touch 40 crore mark and might even surpass yesterday’s figure. This is simply historic and never seen before phenomena.

However, this movie has broken all records and created history by making Rs 121 crore in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam. Bahubali 2: The Conclusion, a storyline based on the question that “Why Kattapa killed Bahubali?” and it is directed by SS Rajamouli, this story revolves around Amarendra Bahubali (Prabhas) father of Mahendra Bahubali and the circumstances that led to his death. At last, his angered son Mahendra Bahubali (also played by Prabhas) vows to kill the tyrant king Bhallaladeva (Rana Daggubati) for all his crimes and the humiliation of his mother Devasena (Anushka Shetty). This movie is totally a family entertainment movie, you would love the role of Kattapa, Bahubali and Shivgami. Bahubali, Devsena and Shivgami played a very strong character role which would also make you cry at one point. This movie is fully entertainment with Drama, Emotional, Love, thriller, Action, and Comedy.

Apart from fans Critics have also rated this movie five out five and it has received a thumbs up. This Hindi-dubbed film had broken all the records of Salman Khan’s Sultan, Shahrukh Khan’s Raees and Aamir Khan’s Dangal. The Nation hold Bahubali’s fever, and the police even had to impose Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (Unlawful Assembly) and even lathi-charge to control crowds going berserk. The film released across a whopping 6500 screens in India.

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