The Hindi version of "Baahubali" continues to perform well at the box office. Even in its fifth week, the film has managed to make decent business.
By the end of its fifth weekend, "Baahubali" had earned Rs. 111.56 crore at the Bollywood box office. During the three-day weekend (Friday, Saturday & Sunday), it had raked in Rs. 84 lakh, Rs. 1.23 crore and Rs.1.63 crore, respectively.
On Monday, the film saw a huge dip in collection and made just Rs. 59 lakh. This was a natural drop in business as it was a working day. On Tuesday, the business saw a minor increase with the movie collecting Rs. 60 lakh.
In the next two days, the Hindi version of "Baahubali" earned Rs. 59 lakh and Rs. 61 lakh respectively, to take its total business of five weeks (35 days) to Rs. 113.95 crore. This is a phenomenal box office number for a dubbed Hindi movie.
Moreover, "Baahubali" has made such business despite facing competition from films like "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" and "Drishyam".
"Baahubali" has originally been made in Telugu and Tamil languages and dubbed into Hindi and Malayalam. The four versions were released simultaneously even though there were issues in Kerala over their release. The flick has become successful in all the versions, which rarely happens in India.
The universally-accepted content with the high-class technical quality won the hearts of the audience across the nation. It is a two-part movie, of which the first part was released on 10 July. The part two will release in 2016.
The two-versions of "Baahubali" has been made with the budget of Rs. 120 crore and Rs. 130 crore, taking the total budget to Rs. 250 crore. The total collection made by four versions of the flick is close to Rs. 550 crore worldwide.
The movie has Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty and Tamanna Bhatia in the lead roles. Ramya Krishnan and Sathyaraj play important roles in the film, which is written by Vijayendra Prasad and directed by SS Rajamouli.