"Baahubali" has created record by being the highest grossing Indian movie on Opening dayFacebook/ Baahubali

'Baahubali', directed by SS Rajamouli, has created many box office records in Indian cinema and now reports suggest it has broken life time records of all Telugu films released till date.

Andhra Box office says the first weekend worldwide box office collection of "Baahubali" (all versions) was about ₹160 crore, surpassing the ₹150 crore lifetime gross box office collection of "Magadheera", which was also directed by SS Rajamouli.

As per the reports, the three day share amount of "Baahubali" Telugu version has crossed the total share of biggest Tollywood hit "Attarinitik Daaredi".The movie has also overtaken the lifetime shares of all South Indian language film except Rajinikanth's "Robo" and Vikram's "I".

The movie has also broken records of films such as "Shivaji", which made approximately ₹155 crore (Tamil, Telugu and Hindi) and "Lingaa" that earned approximately ₹154 crore (Telugu,Tamil and Malayalam).

"Baahubali" has also topped the first week (7 days) box office collection of all Telugu films till date.

The film's total gross collection in its first weekend in Andra, Nizam and Ceeded region stood at about ₹50 crore, while the nett collection was about ₹48.5 crore. 

Here is the detailed box office collection of "Baahubali" in Andhra and Nizam Region, according to Andhra box office: 

Region Nett Share Gross
Vizag ₹3.34 crore
East ₹3.50 Crore
West ₹3.38 crore
Krishna ₹2.43 crore
Guntur ₹3.97 crore
Nellore ₹1.59 crore
Andhra (Total) ₹22 Crpre ₹18.21 crore ₹24.1 crore
Ceeded ₹10 crore ₹ 9.04 Crore ₹10.6 crore
Nizam ₹16.5 crore ₹13.70 crore ₹18.5 crore
AP/ Nizam (Total ₹48.5 crore ₹40.95 crore ₹53.2 crore