Baahubali has been rocking the Indian Box Office as well as the overseas market. From day one, the movie has been breaking all the previous hel Box Office records and is setting new records that would be very difficult for any movie to beat.
The movie made name for getting the highest opening day
collections, then it created record for reach Rs 100 crore mark in
two days, then it created a record of crossing Rs 200 crore in 4
days and finally a record for garnering Rs 230 crores in just five
days of its release.
The film directed by SS Rajamouli, starring Prabhas, Rana
Daggubati, Anushka Shetty and Tamannaah has flooded the Box Office
with its overflowing collection.
Karan Johar who bought the Hindi rights of the movie too is
ecstatic over the collections it is making,Friday Rs 5.15
crores, Saturday Rs 7.09 crores, Sunday Rs 10.11 crores, Monday Rs
6.10 crores and on Tuesday it collected Rs 6.15 crores.
The Tuesday collection was more than Monday which brought the
five day total to Rs 34.55 crores. According to trade experts since
Salman's Bajrangi Bhaijaan is releasing on Friday and not
many theaters will have shows of Baahubali on Friday,
people rushed to theaters on Wednesday, meaning the collections
will be easily higher than any other weekday.
Joining the sixth day collections, the film's worldwide
collections may easily touch Rs 300 crores.
Check out the several opinions of critics from leading
publishing house about the Baahubali movie...
The most expensive Indian movie ever made turns out to have
spent a fair bit on getting one man to the top of a cliff and then
leaving him hanging...
The story has been told many times before - a child is born
destined for greatness and as a man vanquishes the forces of evil -
but in the confident hands of accomplished South Indian director
S.S. Rajamouli, the tale gets potent new life in Bahubali
The Indian Express
Filmmaker S.S. Rajamouli, buoyed by the response to his latest
release "Baahubali", says he never anticipated the kind of support
audiences have lent to the film ...
It sounds a little bit like Karan Arjun, but this is SS
Rajamouli's Baahubali. And despite how clichéd some of its elements
may be, this film is the work of South Indian cinema's wildest
imagination and it takes steps towards of mythic proportions in
image Let's get two things straight. Baahubali was never going
to be a shrinking violet and S.S. Rajamouli is not the type to make
a quickie film with a so-so storyline. So when you step into the
theatre halls for Baahubali make sure you leave the hype
The film gets to a flashback where we witness Baahubali (Shiva's
father & the prince) & Bhallal's rivalry. Their childhood,
puberty & adulthood & the rivalry for the throne is funny
yet enjoyable. Bhallal always wanted to be the king & his
The Times Of India
Review: Touted as one of the most expensive films to be made in
India, this highly anticipated part one of the two-part period
epic, manages to enthrall you with its sheer scale and grandeur.
Painstakingly made, paying acute attention to detail for the
Bahubali opens with a bang - we're plunged into an otherworldly
medieval landscape, withgigantic waterfalls, towering mountains and
forests. A woman (Ramya Krishnan)descends from a mountain top into
a river valley, carrying a baby in her arms.
Director SS Rajamouli's magnum opus "Baahubali - the Beginning"
(Baahubali), which released in theatres on 10 June, has received
mixed reviews and rich ratings from the Telugu film critics.
"Baahubali - the Beginning" is a period movie, starring ...
S.S. Rajamouli is one of the few directors in the Indian film
industry who has the ability to appear as though he is sitting
across the audience and narrating a story 'once upon a time' and
hold their attention for the next two to three hours. His
In Baahubali, SS Rajamouli manages to break many rules even as
he stays close to the formulaic path. The film has all the
essential ingredients of a mythical epic. There is a throne at
stake and two contenders: both are brawny but one's greedy and
Never in the history of Telugu cinema was a film made with such
budget nor did any Telugu movie create such a buzz in the national
and international media. Rajamouli's Baahubali is undoubtedly the
most-awaited movie of the year. Amidst gargantuan ...
The New Indian Express
Baahubali is an entertainer in a class of its own. It is a grand
spectacle that is riveting and at the same time engrossing. Two
years in the making and the effort shows as the titles give way to
a slow-paced build up. The beginning is a bit of a drag ...
As far as epics are concerned, Indian mythology is rich -
whether in its characters or intricacy of plot. SS Rajamouli's
'Baahubali' borrows the essence of an Indian epic complete with a
god-like hero and power-play of brothers fighting for the
While watching 'Baahubali', you might have to periodically pick
up your jaw off the floor. Because this is not merely a movie, it
is an unbelievably thrilling fantasy ride. Thanks to SS Rajamouli's
superb imagination in writing (screenplay by Rajamouli ...
Hyderabad: SS Rajamouli has already established himself as one
of the most respected names of the Telugu film industry thanks to
commercially successful outings such as 'Simhdri', 'Yamdonga' and
'Eega'. Now with his latest directorial venture ...
S.S. Rajamouli's Baahubali - a Telugu production, dubbed into
Tamil and releasing in two parts (Baahubali: The Conclusion follows
next year) - reportedly set its producers back around
$40 million (Dh147 million): pocket change by Hollywood
Through a long flashback that takes up most of the second half
of the film, it is revealed that Shiva is the son of prince
Amarendra Baahubali (also Prabhas), who was in competition with
Bhallala Deva for the throne. After helping defeat invading
Baahubali: The Beginning, dubbed in Hindi from Telugu, opens
with a queen (Ramya Krishna) running for her life clutching a baby.
She slays the soldiers chasing her and wades into the gushing
waters at the foot of a thundering waterfall. The queen saves
Bahubali movie review: At over Rs 200 crore, Rana Daggubatti
starrer Bahubali is India's costliest and grandest film till date
on both budget and ...
Huffington Post India
As the titles for Baahubali: The Beginning showed up on screen,
a decidedly juvenile thought crossed my mind. "It'll be hilarious
if they write ...