Baahubali 2 movie review
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BAAHUBALI 2: THE CONCLUSION (Hindi) has set an ALL TIME RECORD with collections set to come in at over 40 crore nett apprx. The film is set to go past the present first day record of PREM RATAN DHAN PAYO which collected 39.32 crore nett. That record was set on the biggest day of the year for box office collections which is the Diwali holiday. Here it was a normal working day. The film will also be the first film to cross 40 crore nett in Hindi and this is despite limited business in South which would have been worth 7-8 crore nett for this film but that is not there because of Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam versions of the film. Real value collections for the Hindi version are well over 45 crore nett.

The records have come all across the Hindi markets but the insane ones are East Punjab and Delhi city. These are the areas where South Indian dubbed films and films with no face value find it the toughest but East Punjab is 4.60 crore nett apprx (beating previous record of SULTAN by around 60 lakhs nett) and Delhi city is close to 4 crore nett, also beating SULTAN by around 40 lakhs nett. When this film is doing such numbers in these markets then there is no limit to what the film can achieve. Records have also fallen in all other circuits in the Hindi markets and a small territory like Odisha has recorded astounding figures.

The all India total of all versions may well be heading for 125 crore nett apprx and that will be updated later as figures from South markets come in.
The phenomenal BAAHUBALI 2: THE CONCLUSION all india figures are as follows. The film has smashed all records by leaps and bounds. The film has also become the highest Hindi film opener with collections at around 40.75 crore nett. No film in history has ever crossed 40 crore nett before in the Hindi language. The records have come in all circuits barring Rajasthan (not released at some prime cinemas), Delhi / UP and Tamil Nadu (big Tamil films have huge market and are tax free) Tamil Nadu is the weakest region but still will put huge numbers. The all India figures are around 122 crore nett which is a record which could stay for years. The early breakdown is as follows.

Mumbai - 15.25 crore
Delhi / UP - 7.35 crore
East Punjab - 4.63 crore
Rajasthan - 2.35 crore
CP Berar - 2.79 crore
CI - 1.93 crore
Nizam / Andhra - 54.75 crore
Mysore / Karnataka - 11.58 crore
Tamil Nadu - 12.17 crore
Kerala - 4.38 crore
West Bengal - 2.23 crore
Bihar - 1.07 crore
Assam - 55 lakhs
Odisha - 1.00 crore
GRAND TOTAL - 1,22,03,00,000

NOTE - The figures include all versions playing in various circuits