Baahubali has been making Box Office records ever since the release of the movie. The movie opened with the highest first day collections at the Indian Box Office and has been breaking records since.
The film which released in multiple languages managed to gross Rs 60 odd crores over all on day one, by the end of two days, the film crossed Rs 100 crore mark and by the end of four days, the film crossed Rs 200 crore mark.
The makers of Baahubali will easily recovering the making cost of the film within 5 days of the movie release and the rest is just profit that ends up in the producer's bank account.
Hindi version of the movie has been doing well, on Friday it collected Rs 5.15 crores, Saturday Rs 7.09 crores, Sunday Rs 10.11 crores and on Monday it made Rs 6.10 crores. The 4 days total tallying up to Rs 28.45 crores. Karan Johar who has bought Hindi rights was happy and said that if the Friday collections have beaten the Monday collections then the movie has won the hearts of all.
According to trade experts the movie has easily grossed Rs 5 crores on Tuesday bringing the total 5 days collection to Rs 33.5 crores and total worldwide collection to Rs 230 crores approximately. Film distributor Kiaara tweeted, "Monster Blockbuster #Prabhas #Baahubali Shattered All Records & collected " 230 cr " Worldwide in Just 5 Days."
Baahubali and Jurassic World share the same VFX team.
Baahubali has surpassed Hollywood movie 300 in IMDB ratings.
Baahubali grossed Rs 100 crores at the Indian Box Office within 36 hours.
Baahubali grossed Rs 200 crores within four days of its release worldwide.
Guess what! Baahubali will be the first Indian movie to have its own museum.
The makers invented a new language, Kiliki for the terrifying Kalakeya tribe in the movie.
Baahubali trailer got 4.05 million views on Youtube in just 24 hours.
Prabhas postponed his marriage for the movie.
Director SS Rajamouli took 109 days to get the perfect shot of the waterfall scene.
Prabhas used to consume 40 boiled egg whites everyday.
Prabhas's body building equipment costed around Rs 1.5 crores.
45 ft Tall
24 feet high set has been created for Indian movies but Baahubali created the record for having a 45 feet tall set.
The pre production took almost 1 year which is maximum for any Indian movie.
26 VFX Studios
26 VFX studios and 600 graphic artists executed the graphics of the film.
The food diet of Rana and Prabhas was strictly non vegetarian. They needed to consume 25000 to 3750 calories per day.
Both Prabhas and Rana weigh more than 100 kilos now, they underwent special physique training for the movie.
Peter Hein had trained the lead actor, Prabhas for weapon training.
The film was featured in the BBC documentary on 100 years of cinema.
Baahubali has been released in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi, Malayalam, English, French and even Japanese.
The movie was made with a budget of Rs 250 crores, including both part one and part two.
4500 VFX Shots
Around 4500 VFX shots have been shot for the Baahubali movie.