The day to day box office collections of Baahubali is being gobbled up by fans eagerly, for the film is minting money in crores even on its weekdays. The sixth day (Wednesday) collections all over the world has been yet again impressive.
In the USA, the Tamil version of the mega budget film has reportedly collected close to $29,000 which amounts to an impressive ₹19 lakh, which is seriously good for a day's collection right in the middle of its second week, and we are not even looking into the collections of other versions.
By the end of its sixth day in the Land of Liberty, Baahubali(Tamil) is said to have amassed a whopping $305,000 which in Indian rupee becomes ₹1.94 crore.
In Tamil Nadu, the Telugu version of the movie has created a record by surpassing the collections of Pawan Kalyan's Attarintiki Daredi, becoming the highest grossing Telugu movie ever in the state.
With an average occupancy of 68 percent on its sixth day, the Tamil version alone is said to have grossed close to 4 crore rupees, taking the overall collections to ₹27 crore(approx) in Tamil Nadu.
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All Set To Beat Vikram's 'I'
With the overall collections close to 230 crore rupees, Baahubali might overtake the total collections of I by the end of its 7th day (today). The total box office collections of I stands at 239 crore rupees.
All Set To Become The Highest Grosser In South India
The highest grosser of all time in South India is Rajinikanth's Enthiran with an overall collection of ₹283 crore. Considering Baahubali's ferocious pace at which it's accumulating its money, it could rewrite history by the end of its second weekend.
Baahubali Storm In Vetri Theatres, Tamil Nadu
Mr Rakesh, the Managing Director of Vetri Theatres has praised the movie for its fantabulous collections. He thinks that the movie should easily hold well for another 4 weeks and that they have begun to play all 4 shows in Tamil because of the overwhelming demand.
Fastest To 100 And 200
Baahubali has now officially become the fastest Indian movie ever to surpass the coveted 100 and 200 crore mark. It now remains to be seen how long will it take to go past the 300 crore mark. By the way it is scorching its way into new records, it shouldn't be long, one might feel.
Made with a budget of 250 crore rupees, Baahubali is India's costliest film ever made. The returns has been impressive so far with the movie already collecting the sum close to its making charges. Add to that its pre-release business and we have a winner at our hands.
Competing With Hindi Biggies
Baahubali has already emerged as a winner when compared with the first weekend collections of some of the Hindi blockbusters including Aamir Khan's PK.