6500 screens! That’s the record-breaking screen count for Prabhas-Rana Daggubati’s Baahubali 2



Undoubtedly Bahubali 2 is one of the most awaited movies of 2017. WE are 34 days away from its release but the film has already begun creating records one after the other.

8 days ago, the trailer was launched online in 4 languages – Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi. Within 24 hours, it managed to clock in 50M views, a n achievemnt no other movie has managed to accomplish. And now industry tracker reports, Baahubali 2 will release in 6500 screens across India! That’s another record, the historical drama has created. As per reports on India Today, the movie will release in 100 screens across the world.

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The sequel has already beat one record of Baahubali: The Beginning as the first part was released in 4000 screens. This is not all – as per reports by Sreedhar Pillai, Producers are likely to earn a profit of Rs 400-500 crore from theatrical rights, endorsements, merchandise and other rights. It’s now not onyl the most talked about movie but also the most profitable film till date.

As SS Rajamouli pointed out, the first part was about introducing the characters, Part 2 will delve deeper into the story. Part 2 will be more dramatic, more emotional than part 1 along with grand war sequences. Most importantly, we will finally know why Kattappa killed Baahubali. The answer the entire nation is awaiting. Currently the film is in the post production stage, 33 VFX studios are furiously at work to meet the 28th April deadline. The movie stars Prabhas, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah Bhataia, Sathyaraj in lead roles. The film is produced by ARKA media works and directed by SS Rajamouli. The movie will premiere on 27th April in UK. The Queen of England and PM Narendra Modi are expected to attend the screening.

Bahubali, The Beginning released on July 10, 2015 in 4000 screens across the world. The buzz is that the movie raked in Rs 600 crores and became one of the biggest hits of Telugu cinema. The film was screened in several international festivals and went on to become one of the most talked about films in Indian Cinema.



Source: bollywoodlife.com