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Baahubali 2:The Conclusion Earned Rs. 1684 Crore in 50 Days

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It’s been 50 days and S S Rajamouli’s Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is still showing its magic. After 50 days, this blockbuster movie is still running successfully in 1050 cinema halls all over the India.

Recently, this second part, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has created a new benchmark after crossing 500 crore mark for its Hindi version only. From east to west, from north to south, there is only one name of success, Baahubali 2: The Conclusion.

As per a tweet of Mr. Ramesh Bala, a famous film critic, Baahubali 2’s collections have reached Rs. 1684 Crore. Still it does not reach the mark of 1700 Crore, but the expectations are very high.

Baahubali 2 is competing hard with last year’s Dangal by Amir Khan. After releasing Dangal in China, it has the edge over Baahulali 2. But this Rajamouli’s film is going to release in China soon. So, the game might be changed in favor of Baahubali 2. The other source suggests that the hype and popularity of Mr. Khan in China helps his movie “Dangal” achieve the phenomenon collection in China. But for the Baahubali 2, this film might not get that much success in China. On the other hand, the worldwide popularity of the biggest Indian film may create a craze in China as well and at the end of the year, it may beat Dangal.

The producers of this movie are now working for the release in China. Reportedly, it will release on 6000 screens there. Previously, the release of 2015 Baahubali – The Beginning was delayed in China as the quota of showing non – Mandarin films in China was full. This resulted in the unimpressive outcome of that movie. Thus the producers are extra cautious for this China release this time to avoid any mistake.

Baahubali 2 – The Conclusion is directed by S S Rajamouli and produced by Shobu Yarlagadda and Deviprasad Srineni’s Arka Mediaworks. Karan Johar produces the Hindi version of this movie. South Indian star Prabhas has acted in the lead role as “Baahubali” in this film while Anushka Shetty plays the character of Devsena.

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