Guinness officially confirms Pulimurugan’s record; end to the fake record controversies
Mohanlal’s biggest blockbuster ever produced Pulimurugan had recently been recorded in the Guinness for the highest screened 3D movie. The movie had collected a whooping 150+ crores collection from the box office. The movie which had a special mention for the stunts performed by the ace actor at the age of 56 was much acclaimed all-over the world.
It is the largest screened 3D movie in the world. Adlux Convention Center had witnessed a grand event that had happened on the 12th of April, where more than 12000 people gathered to make history. It had beaten the record set earlier by Hollywood flick Men in Black 3, where about 6000 people had gathered to watch it’s 3D version.
The Guinness had published the official record note on their website stating the contents who, where, what and when in due reference to the record created. “The largest attendance at a 3-D film screening is 12,526 and was achieved by Mulakuppadam Films, Mohanlal V., Rays3D and Flowers TV (all India) at Adlux International Convention Centre, in Angamaly, India, on 12 April 2017. The screening was done to promote the blockbuster movie: Pulimurugan, starring superstar Mohanlal V.” read the Guinness record on their website.
There were also some controversies trending after the record was made that it was fake as the attendance were just cooked up. Therefore as the records prove true now, it brings an end to controversies happening around.