The rocking run of SS Rajamouli's "Baahubali - the Beginning" (Bahubali) has been halted by Hindi film "Drishyam" and Punjabi movie "Angrej" at the overseas box office in its fourth weekend.

According to Bollywood Hungama, the Telugu and Tamil versions of "Baahubali - the Beginning" have been withdrawn from the key international markets like the United States of America and Canada, where "Drishyam" and "Angrej" have done fantastic collection in their opening weekend.

The Hindi version of "Baahubali - the Beginning", which released in 50 cinema halls in America, enjoyed a strong run in its second week. In its second weekend, the movie grossed $91,247 from 35 screens at the USA box office, taking its 10-day total to $314,406 (Rs 2.01 crore).

In its second weekend, the Hindi version of "Baahubali - the Beginning" collected $16,455 from 6 screens, taking its 10-day collection to $74,244 (Rs 47.52 lakh).

Except the UK, the Telugu version of "Baahubali - the Beginning" has been reportedly withdrawn from all key international markets like the US, Canada and others. In its fourth weekend, this version collected £1,829 from 3 screens at the UK box office, taking its 24-day total collection £93,648 (Rs 93.59 lakh).

In its fourth weekend, its Tamil version raked in Au$ 18,111 from 5 screens in Australia and MYR 58,588 from 12 screens in Malaysia. It collected a total of Au$283,245 (Rs 1.32 crore) and MYR 1,077,916 (Rs 1.80 crore), respectively, in these two counties in 24 days.

All three versions of "Baahubali - the Beginning" collected $139,131 (Rs 88.91 lakh) together from 61 screens at the overseas box office in its fourth weekend. Its new rivals "Drishyam" and "Angrej" scored $1.25 million [8 crores] from 144 screens and $597,405 (Rs 3.82 crore) from 80 screens, respectively, in their opening weekend.

"Baahubali - the Beginning" has collected approximately Rs 69.50 crore gross from all the versions at the overseas box office in 24 days, reports Andhra Box Office. This is the highest collection for a South Indian movie in the history of 82 years.