Jan 25, 2020

Baahubali 2 Film 20th Day Collection 3rd Wednesday Business

Baahubali 2 Film 20th Day Collection 3rd Wednesday Business :- South Indian sequel action thriller Baahubali 2: The Conclusion which was released last month in cinemas globally is doing a brilliant job by generating huge amount of moolah at box office and the film has already broken every single milestone of Indian films as it has emerged as the highest grosser ever in the country. Baahubali 2 which features Prabhas, Anushka Shetty and Rana Daggubati in lead roles has successfully crossed the 1000 crore collection mark through its worldwide business and now it is inching towards getting passed 1400 crore mark which is going to be a fabulous achievement.

Another day calls for another record to be broken by ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ as it continues its triumphant run at the box-office. The film has now zoomed past 900-crore mark across India by collecting an estimated Rs 901.75 crore nett (cumulative figure of all languages), according to a recent report.

The second instalment of ‘Baahubali’ sees Prabhas reprising his role as Amrendra Baahubali and his son Mahendra Baahubali. Rana Daggubati continued to win over the ladies as the menacing Bhallala Deva, Ramya Krishna picked up her role as Sivagami while Anushka played the role of Devasena.

Now talking about Baahubali 2 film 20th day overall occupancy rate the film has been recorded around 45% which is just outstanding and most of its evening and night shows went absolutely packed and in many parts of South India most of the coming days shows of this movie are already being sold out in advance.

Baahubali 2 Film 20th Day Collection – Rs 6.90 crore (approx)

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Arjun Grover

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