What Are Some Amazing Box Office Collection Stats About the Film Bahubali in the Beginning?

The below feats are phenomenal for a region bounded movie. There is not a single record in any way remain not shattered by Bahubali in AP and TG and is not explicable for the length of the records. Outside AP records are as follows:1) Collected over 55 crores as gross in overseas and counting! Telugu Version alone collected over $6 million which is a step change as the second best comes only at $2 million.

2) Record collection in Hindi belt: collected a gross of 80 crores and highest ever for a dubbed movie. Second best comes at 30 something for the movie 'I'.3) Distributor share is pegged at around 200 crores third best in India after PK and Dhoom 3.

4) Collected a gross of 35 crores in TamilNadu5) Collected a gross of 10 crores in Malayalam.6) Collective collections is pegged at a gross of 355 crores WW.7) Apart from all these earth-shattering records it is sensational as a non-regional movie in that it became the highest ever grosser in Karnataka beating the homemade movies.

nSource: 'Baahubali' (Bahubali) 10 Days Box Office Collection: Prabhas Starrer Creates History in 2nd WeekendPS: The achievements pointed above are established records themselves are on the way to break the records prevailing. Malayalam version of 'I' reportedly collected about 18 crores and judging by the talks and performance of the movie doing business it is touted to best the existing records for a dubbed movie

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Musical Conspiracy for the Satanic SoulMaxwell's Silver HammerRun For Your LifeYer BluesGetting BetterNorwegian WoodPiggiesHappiness is a Warm GunA Day in the LifeNo ReplyYou Can't Do ThatEleanor RigbySexy SadieMaggie Mae**I want to note that I am just being funny with my title for my Dark Beatles Compilation Album because some of these songs I chose because of their sinister connections created by Conspiracy theorists, such as Sexy Sadie, and Maggie Mae of which in my opinion do not lyrically define dark, but people with too much time on their hands did a fantastic job finding uncanny conspiring connections in the lyrics. Coincidentaly their lyrics are in their favor and that is why I added them, it's my secret message albumcoincidentaly giving it that title for a reason, especially after adding those two songsit give conspiracy theorist more to ponder oncall it an album with a little added entertainment, a touch of twisted humor for people like me, and not to mention every conspiracy theorist would see a rise in their blood pressure if they came across it, and then I am entertained after I find out what crazy connecting scenarios the create for it!!! Win win! The Fascinating Untold Truth About The Beatles, Manson,Helter Skelter,Roman Polanski and How I Figured Out Im Rosemarys Baby creates the most fascinatingly unsettling conspiracy including the two :0)

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