Director S. S. Rajamouli’s most anticipated film, Baahubali released yesterday after a very long wait and that film has broken all the records at the Box Office. The film has become the biggest opener of 2015 by grossing Rs. 50 crore net (Rs. 500 million) approx. on its first day at the Box Office.
The film has released in four different languages namely Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and Malayalam. Despite film’s Hindi version opening to poor start and not added up extra crores in the film’s total collections, Baahubali has broken all the major records at the Box Office by receiving the highest first day collections. The action drama film, Baahubali is so far the most expensive film ever made in India! Directed by S. S. Rajamouli and produced by Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni, the film is made on a BIG budget of Rs. 250 Crores approx. The film’s trailer has already impressed everyone and proved that the money was indeed put in the right place and now with the film’s first day business, the film just inches closer to break yet another records!
The action drama film, Baahubali released in more than 3000 screens in India. On its first day, Baahubali saw over 50% footfalls in theatres. The film’s tickets sold quickly and the three language versions of the film are running houseful in most of the places. Baahubali’s this impressive fate was already predicted as the film’s tickets were already pre-booked massively. Director S. S. Rajamouli’s Baahubali has collected great number of amount through its Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam versions. The film stars Prabhas, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah Bhatia and Rana Daggubati.
Earling Rs. 50 crore net on its first day itself is a very good sign for Baahubali. With this, we can predict that the film will yet again break records with its first weekend run at the Box Office. If it keeps receiving such kind of reaction from the audiences, the film will surely come extremely close to crossing Rs. 100 crore mark on its first weekend itself. Well, we wait for the makers of Baahubali to reveal the exact first day Box Office collection numbers.