SS Rajamouli directorial flick which is undoubtedly the biggest film ever made on Indian soil had took a thunderous opening at box office with great review from all over the world. The Prabhas starring magnum opus had opened to amazing response from the common audience and critics alike all over the globe. Sources says that the collection of Baahubali on its first day will a new record first day collection in Indian cinema history as it had released in almost 4000 screens all over the globe.
The flick had showed great start in the box office and at many places there are continuous shows from yesterday night and Taran Adarsh said that the film had earned more than 8.20 crors from previews that happened in Thursday. He also said that it had grossed 1 millon dollars from USA alone from its very first day. Reports also suggesting that the film will collect more than 32 crore rupees from its first day from all around the globe and it will be a new record in the Indian cinema history as well.
As we said above the flick is sure to take a gigantic opening owes much to the 4000 screens it had released. The great promotional tactics used by the team of the film and also the wonderful star cast also become instrumental in such a big start of the film. The flick has been much anticipated right from the day of its announcement and that excitement and anticipation went high with the filming of the flick.
The first look poster and teaser made it sky high to say the least. Their promotional tactics such as world’s biggest poster for the film were made great impact upon the audience as well. The poster we mentioned just now entered the Limca book of world records as well. And the name SS Rajamouli itself is enough to make the excitement go sky high and reports are coming in that in many places shows are continuing without any breaks and police forces are using to control the crowd which is mounting show after show.
All the theatres showing 100% status from the right go and advance booking status also creating history. Now we have to admit that Baahubali is really becoming an epic.