In addition to Telugu, Baahubali 2 received a multilingual rollout in Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi. With Monday's estimated numbers in, we can confirm that Baahubali: The Conclusion has crossed Rs 600 crore worldwide gross mark and also emerged as the highest number-winner on a Monday for any Hindi film.
Filmmakers SS Rajamouli and Karan Johar have all reasons to be happy, courtesy their film Baahubali: The Conclusion's historic box office success. Its gross domestic collections are put at Rs 230 crore.
"HISTORIC WEEKEND! Here is the HINDI language all India Friday ( 41 crores) Saturday ( 40.5) Sunday ( 46.5!) grand total 128!"
As expected, Baahubali 2 is breaking box office records.
Elsewhere, the movie has earned Rs 3.21 crore ($499,000) in the United Kingdom, Rs 6.78 crore ($1.05 million) in Australia and Rs1.51 crore ($234,000) in New Zealand, according to Bollywood Hungama.
Down south, the response has been tremendous.
According to the official release of the US-based distributor of Indian movies, Great India Films is proud to share that Bahubali-2 is going to have a mammoth release in North America. As of now collection of the melodrama is Rs 121 crore in India afterward next day when the film hit theatre, and a total of Rs 217 crore worldwide.
"With no competition, the film is making a killing at the ticket window. For the next two weeks, the film will have an uninterrupted run at the cinemas", he said.
It's a remarkable feat considering that even the recent blockbusters like Rajinikanth blockbuster Kabali and Baahubali: The Beginning managed to do less than Rs. 12 crore at the UAE Box Office. Analysts say that the Rajamouli directorial has had a better opening than Salman Khan's Sultan (Rs 36.54 cr) and Aamir Khan's Dangal (Rs 29.78 cr).Apparently, the film registered Rs 41 cr (gross) on the opening day.
Rajamouli's film released in 450 screens in U.S. and has earned $10.1 million, according to Hollywood Reporter. "#Sultan ₹ 105.53 cr [Wednesday release] #Dangal ₹ 107.01 cr #Baahubali2 ₹ 128 cr [Hindi] India biz", Taran writes on his twitter account.