Cannes 2017: Baahubali 2 enters 1,500 Cr club, set to be screened at the film festival

SS Rajamouli said that Baahubali would not have been possible without Prabhas and the character was specially written for him

Telugu star Prabhas has earned himself the laurel of having started the 1,500 crore club. Prabhas starrer Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has created a trailblazing record by raking in Rs. 1,500 crore at the Box Office. The 37-year-old has created a benchmark in the history of Indian cinema by emerging as the first actor that has won the heart of audiences globally. Baahubali and Baahubali 2 will be screened at the ongoing Cannes Film Festival.

The actor’s performance as Amarendra Baahubali and Mahendra Baahubali has struck a chord with the movie goers. Director SS Rajamouli said that Baahubali would not have been possible without Prabhas and the character was specially written for him.

The movie was originally made in Telugu and Tamil and was later dubbed into Hindi, Malayalam, German, French, Japanese and English.

The film also stars Anushka Shetty, Rana Daggubati and Sathyaraj in lead roles.

Karan Johar, one of the producer of the movie took to Twitter and shared the news that the film’s Hindi dubbed version has created history as it has earned more than Rs. 450 crore at the domestic box office.

He captioned the snap, “The HINDI version of #BaahubaliTheConclusion marches past the 450 crore mark! The worldwide MANIA continues!!!! #Baahubali1500cr.”

The film went past the worldwide record of ‘ PK’ at Rs. 743 crore in just six days.

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