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Baahubali 100 days run completing today

Baahubali 100 days poster-SS Rajamouli-Prabhas

Today is the day on which the biggest film ever made in Indian completing its 100 days of successful run. Baahubali which released in July this year completed 100 glorious days in box office and now its is the third biggest hit ever happened in India right behind Aamir Khan’s PK and Salman Khan’s Bhajrangi Bhaijan. But when it comes to South Indian cinema Baahubali is the best and reached far away from the second best film Enthiran in box office collection.

As per reports Baahubali had grossed over 600 crores from worldwide and the production cost of the film is 250 crores. It also had a very big release over 2000 screens all over the world and it has tamil ,telugu versions as well as dubbed versions of Malayalam, kannada and hindi. Every version did great business and it had got the biggest collection from a single theater complex from Trivandrum and it is around 2 crore from that theater alone. It is the ariesplex theaters in Trivandrum.

The second part of the film titled as Baahubali – The Conclusion will come in next year October or November and the shooting of the remaining portion already begun. The question remains in the mind of the audience that why Kattappa killed Bahubali.?.. The question that the makers aimed at the mind of the readers was really pin pointed and now everybody want to know the answer of the question. The answer will be in the second part of the film.

SS Rajamouli, the director of the film said that the second part will be bigger than the first part of the film. Baahubali had used the visual effects to great perfection that never seen before in Indian films and with this film SS Rajamouli had toppled Shankar from the position of India’s showman and become the most sought after director of India. Prabhas who was the hero of this film also got great appreciation for his work and reportedly he had increased his weight to 100 kilos to act in the second part of the film. Now everybody is eagerly waiting for the second part of the cinematic wonder named Baahubali.

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