Records are meant to be broken, but when it comes to records made by Rajamouli, they usually break them. Five years later, Baahubali: The Conclusion’s opening day record at the Indian box office has fallen to RRR. Roudram Ranam Rudhiram’s RRR shorts cost an estimated Rs. On its opening day on Friday, around Rs 137 crore, making Bahubali 2 (Rs 133.80 crore) the best. For the past five years, Baahubali 2 has been a kind of mission impossible for everyone, with the closest one getting almost Rs. 50 crore short. He not only took another direction of Rajamouli to the top. 100 crore opening day but at the same time doing something that was an impossible task.
It was widely expected that the film would be released in unimaginable numbers in the Telugu states, as the region has seen a huge increase in capacity since Baahubali 2. It is great to be true, but it happened and the results are before us. The biggest increase was in the system, where Baahubali 2 earned more than just Rs. 10 crore, while RRR reached almost Rs. 300 million, with similar footfalls. Another big advantage over Baahubali 2 was Ceeded, where the early morning shows were exceptional.
The only doubt was whether the film would be released in such large numbers outside the Telugu states that the kind of hip that was being commercialized was becoming Rajamouli’s follow-up film after the Baahubali series and Yesterday these doubts were dispelled as the film had recorded excellent numbers. Board. In Karnataka, the film opens for the second biggest opening day ever in the state. In Tamil Nadu, it opened in double digits and started in Kerala on par with the big-ticket movies of Mollywood. In northern India, the film grossed over Rs 250 crore on non-holiday, some of the biggest Bollywood films that are often struggled with these days.
To put such numbers, Telugu is absolutely unbelievable for an original film with almost no faces outside the audience and the brand shows the power of Rajamouli.
Nizam – Rs. 29 crores (Rs. 19.75 crores share)
Ceeded – Rs. 17.50 crores (Rs. 17 crores share)
Andhra – Rs. 35.50 crores (Rs. 32.75 crores share)
AP/TS – Rs. 82 crores (Rs. 69.50 crores share)
Karnataka – Rs. 14.50 crores (Rs. 7.50 crores share)
Tamil Nadu – Rs. 10.25 crores (Rs. 4.75 crores share)
Kerala – Rs. 4 crores (Rs. 1.75 crores share)
North India – Rs. 26.50 crores (Rs. 12 crores share)
Total – Rs. 137.25 crores (Rs. 95.50 crores share)