The Telugu version of the film netted a whopping Rs 53 crore, according to trade analyst Trinath. “The film has taken a phenomenal opening. In Andhra and Telangana, the film in Telugu minted Rs 53 crore, making it the biggest opening ever for any film across language in the two states. The film is expected to collect over Rs 100 crore from the two states over the weekend,” he said.
The dubbed versions also performed well — Hindi (Rs 41 crores) Tamil (Rs 14 crore) and Malayalam (Rs 6 crore). While the film was not dubbed in Kannada, it was screened extensively in Karnataka with shows in the original Telugu audio, and Tamil and Hindi dubs. It made Rs 11.5 crore in Karnataka.
Filmmaker Karan Johar, who is presenting the Hindi version of the film, too tweeted his joy over the bumper opening of the film. “Unthinkable and unimaginable highest ever day 1 data being tabulated will take a while!!! Watch this space for the number! Baahubali,” he tweeted.
The Andhra Pradesh government gave many incentives like increase in the number of shows allowed per day per screen from four to six, giving the movie 50 per cent more shows in its strongest market,” said an independent distributor. Adding, “The government also allowed exhibitors to increase ticket prices from Rs 70 to Rs 100 and Rs 150, depending upon location and city effectively providing an incremental benefit of 40 per cent and 100 per cent, respectively.
“Why kattapa killed bahubali” telugu filmdom produced and dubbed in tamil, malayalam, hindi blockbuster film “Baahubali"however drew mixed reviews in social media on day one.".
Overseas screen collections if added it is widely expected this movie is bound to broke all Indian film industry collections and create new records said industry sources
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