Baahubali 2: The Conclusion Beats Dangal in Just 5 Days To Become The Highest Indian Grosser

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has not yet finished its first week, but it has shattered all box office records of Indian cinema. The previous record of the highest Indian grosser was also held by the first part of Bahubali that was released in 2015. The unprecedented juggernaut of the movie is just unstoppable even during weekdays.Baahubali 2: The Conclusion Beats Dangal

Movie critic Taran Adarsh tweeted ‘What most biggies collect on holidays/Sunday, #Baahubali2 collects on a working day [Tuesday]… Early est: around ₹ 30 cr‘.

This 30 crores collection is only from the Hindi regions; all-India collection is more than 50 crores. As per the box office reports, the total collection of the movie in the Hindi regions after 5 days is approx. 198 crores whereas all-India collection is 441 crores. The movie theaters are still witnessing 70-80% occupancy in all regions of India and hence there are enormous chances that the second weekend is going to be humongous. The first weekend collection of the Hindi version should be 240-245 crores and all-India collection should be 510-525 crores. As the movie has one more open weekend and the upcoming movies don’t feature any big star, the lifetime collection in Hindi region may touch 400 crores and all-India collection may go beyond 750 crores.

Top Ten Grossing Films GROSS (All Languages)
1. Bahubali 2 – The Conclusion – 5,65,00,00,000 apprx (5 Days)
2. Bahubali (2015) – 5,18,94,00,000
3. Dangal (2016) – 5,11,81,00,000
4. PK (2014) – 4,48,74,00,000
5. Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015) – 4,22,13,00,000
6. Sultan (2016) – 4,18,04,00,000
7. Dhoom 3 (2103) – 3,63,03,00,000
8. Kick (2014) – 2,83,82,00,000
9. Chennai Express (2013) – 2,78,13,00,000
10. 3 Idiots – 2,73,82,00,000

Top Ten Grossing Films NETT (All Languages)
1. Bahubali 2 – The Conclusion (2017) – 4,41,00,00,000 apprx (5 Days)
2. Bahubali (2015) – 4,19,56,00,000
3. Dangal (2016) – 3,87,28,00,000
4. PK (2014) – 3,37,72,50,000
5. Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015) – 3,15,49,00,000
6. Sultan (2016) – 3,00,67,25,000
7. Dhoom 3 (2103) – 2,71,63,00,000
8. Robot (2010) – 2,13,84,00,000
9. Kick (2014) – 2,11,63,00,000
10. Chennai Express (2013) – 2,07,69,00,000

Source: BOI

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