Baahubali 2 emerges as first Rs 1000 crore blockbuster in India. Here's the collection breakup

Baahubali 2 is now the first Indian film to have collected Rs 1000 crore in India itself. Look at the entire Box Office collection breakup here

SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali 2 has completed one month of its theatrical release on a record note. The war-drama, which had released on April 28 has already emerged as the biggest blockbuster of Indian film industry. The film, a sequel to the 2015 blockbuster Baahubali: The Beginning features Prabhas in dual roles as father-son duo Amarendra Baahubali and Mahendra Baahubali along with Anushka Shetty, Rana Daggubati, Nassar, Sathyaraj, Ramyakrishnan, and Tamannaah Bhatia.

After emerging as an all-time blockbuster in Hindi, Telugu, Kannada and Tamil industries, the movie has now set a remarkable record at the Box Office. With its fifth weekend collections across India, Baahubali: The Conclusion has emerged as the first film to cross Rs 1000 crore in India. It’s an unbelievable feat considering none of the Indian films has managed to cross even Rs 500 crore in India.

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Interestingly, the only Indian film that managed to cross Rs 400 crore was Baahubali’s prequel, which had collected Rs 425 crore across India from the combined versions of its Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam and Tamil languages. Meanwhile, the Hindi dubbed version of Baahubali 2 is all set to be the first Rs 500 crore Bollywood grosser soon. The film has so far minted Rs 490 crore at the Hindi Box Office.

Have a look at the language-wise collection of Baahubali 2:

Baahubali 2 Hindi: Rs 490 crore (Industry hit – still running)
Baahubali 2 Tamil: Rs 112 crore (Industry hit – still running)
Baahubali 2 Telugu: Rs 255 crore (Industry hit – still running)
Baahubali 2 Kannada: Rs 75 crore (Industry hit – still running)
Baahubali 2 Kerala: Rs 68 crore (Second industry hit – still running)

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