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Baahubali 2 1st Day Box Office Collection: Day 1 has set to become a biggest Indian Film

Baahubali: The Conclusion Day 1 Box Office Collection beat all biggest releases ever in India and its prequel is nothing as compared to the Box Office number on the first day. This film shared 6500 screens in India and released in four languages Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam.

As the film is non-holiday release and becomes highest Opening day grossing Indian film till the date. Baahubali 2 already earned Rs 500 Crore through satellite rights and distribution before the release and now all set to become a first Rs 1000 Crore Indian Film.

Prabash (Mahendra Bahubali) from last fight scene with Rana Duggubati (Bhallala Dev)

Baahubali 2 Day 1 Box Office Collection is around Rs 121 Crore including Hindi version (41 Crore), Tamil Version plus Telugu plus Malayalam is 80 Crore. Baahubali: The Conclusion Day 1 Box Office Collection is  Rs 201 Crore Gross worldwide.

The film answered or solved the puzzle after two years that “why did Baahubali’s close Mama Kattapa kill him.?” Prabhas as Amarendra Baahubali is more powerful, his every glimpse and dialogue delivery gets the amazing response in theaters.

The answer is simple but S. S. Rajamouli put it very interestingly and the audience gets delighted. Richer and technically beautiful city Mahismati queen Sivagami Devi (Ramya Krishnan) gives two options to Amarendra Baahubali that either kingdom or marry to Devasena and Baahubali chooses his love.

Bhallala Deva (Rana Daggubati), an arrogant and the main antagonist with his father Bijjaladeva (Nassar) plotted the murder of Baahubali, unfortunately, Sivagami Devi believed on them and ordered to Kattappa (Sathyaraj) to kill Amarendra Baahubali.

The visual effects are watchable, used first time in Indian film. S. S. Rajamouli’s in the first half is just outstanding but second half is logicless and there is only entertainment, entertainment, and entertainment.

Baahubali 2 Day 1 Box Office Collection is a huge number means the film is all set to become a biggest Indian Film ever in the history.

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