As reported by Taran Adarsh, the Hindi version of the movie has made a major contribution with Rs 460 crores to the overall figure.
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion also became the first film to cross $ 10 million in earnings in UAE.
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SS Rajamouli's magnum opus Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (also spelt as Bahubali 2) has become the first Indian film to breach the Rs 1,500 crore mark in global box office collections. Aamir Khan's Dangal followed suit and has collected Rs 1275 crore worldwide. The movie has collected about Rs 1,227 crore in India and another Rs 275 crore overseas at the end of its three week theatrical run. All set to start a new club for Hindi films: "Rs 400 crore club", Adarsh posted on Twitter on Friday. The film created Rs 100 crore club in North America.
The film, featuring Prabhas, Anushka Shetty, Rana Daggubati and Tamannaah in the lead, released in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam in over 6500 screens across India, and in 9000 plus screens worldwide.
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Audiences have been left awestruck by the movie's grand picturization and visual splendour.
The overwhelming response to Baahubali 2, critically and commercially, shows that spectacle-heavy masala filmmaking is the future of Indian cinema and if executed with passion, nothing can stop a film from succeeding.
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