SS Rajamouli's "Baahubali" is breaking records across the world. The movie, which was released on 10 July, has taken world box office by storm and has broken records of all South Indian films till date in terms of opening day box office collection.
The highest opening day record for a South Indian movie till date was held by Rajinikanth's "Lingaa" with ₹39 Crore. Now the Telugu version of "Baahubali" seems to have crossed this number.
The gross earning of "Baahubali" in Andhra and Nizam region alone is estimated to be around ₹24-25 Crore, creating a new record for the highest opening day collection, according to Andhra Box office.
"Baahubali" as per the reports also holds record in AP, Nizam & Karnataka markets by a huge margin for any regional language film. It has also become the the first Indian cinema to recover distributor's share on opening day itself.
"Baahubali", which stars Prabhas, Rana Daggubatti and Tammanaah Bhatia in the lead has been appreciated for its technical aspects. The graphic works involved in the movie is said to be something Indian cinema has never seen before and something which can even challenge some of the best Hollywood films.
The two part "Baahubali' is the most expensive movie ever made in India. The first part has already spelled magic at the box office and among audiences' hearts, and they have already started talking about part 2 which is still under production.