SS Rajamouli's "Baahubali - the Beginning" (Bahubali), starring Prabhas and Rana Daggubati has completed its phenomenal two weeks run with highest distributor share.
The two-week distributor share of "Baahubali" is higher than all the Bollywood films, including "PK" and "Dhoom 3", according to the Andhra Box Office.
"Baahubali" two-week distributor share is approximately Rs 180.35 crore, which includes Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi languages total.
Aamir Khan's "PK" distributor share is approximately Rs 175 crore, while "Dhoom 3" share is estimated to be Rs 149 crore, according to the trade website.
The film is shattering records at the worldwide box office with its gross income and has set new benchmarks for Indian film industry.
At the worldwide box office, "Baahubali" has grossed Rs 400 crore. The gross total of the film has been highest ever for South Indian movies, while in Bollywood movies like "PK" and "Dhoom 3" among others have achieved that mark.
The gross worldwide box office collection of "Baahubali" is pegged at more than Rs 400 crore, whereas the net worldwide box office collection is said to be Rs 282 crore.
Baahubali Hindi Version
The Hindi version of Rajamouli's film is having a great run in India. Despite the release of "Bajrangi Bhaijaan", "Baahubali" held well at the box office.
"Baahubali" has so far minted approximately Rs 75 crore in 15 days from the Hindi version. And now trade analysts are predicting that the Hindi total might even cross Rs 90 crore mark.
"While it is confirmed that #Baahubali would cross 90 cr just in Hindi , it could have been 125 cr+ if not for Bajrangi euphoria. Blockbuster," trade analyst Joginder Tuteja tweeted.