The most anticipated movie of this year is definitely Baahubali 2- The Conclusion. Since two years, people are waiting to get to know the answer of Why Katappa Killed Bahubali. This is evident with the way advance booking for the movie has surged up all over India. Bahubali 2- the Conclusion has broken the record of Aamir Khan’s Dangal leading to more than one million bookings in just a single day over an online ticket booking site, BookMyShow. This data pertains to only a single site and offline sales are not included in this.
Before Friday, there is a storm in the entire country to avail the tickets of Bahubali 2. Almost all are shows are either Houseful or filling fast. The first Part Bahubali – The Beginning was a mega blockbuster with worldwide collection standing at Rs 650 Crores highest by any Indian film. However, Bahubali 2 – The Conclusion is said to surpass its own record and shatter all the records. As per sources close to around 9000 screens across the country, the movie will be released which is again highest ever by any Indian Film. Bahubali 2 is said to be earning Rs 900-Rs1000 Crore as per Trade Analyst going by the craze among audiences.
Let us have a look region wise pertaining to advance booking of the film.
Hyderabad is said to be hometown to most of Crew and cast of Baahubali thus the craze is impeccable over there. Telegu version of Bahubali 2- the Conclusion is said to be sold out while Hindi Version is almost full. Friday shows are booked in all major multiplexes like Mukta Arts, Cinepolis, PVR etc.
In Bengaluru, Telegu Version is almost sold out on the first day while other languages have above average bookings at the ticket windows. The majority of the 2K and 4K cinemas in Bengaluru are housefuls as per the advance booking reports.
Both Tamil and Telegu version of the movie is houseful in this region while Hindi version is filling fast. Most of the cinemas are sold out for the first day.
On the opening days, most of the cinemas are houseful with Hindi version of the movie. Telegu version has also seen decent bookings at the box office. Releasing over 400+ screens in Mumbai and Pune, the first-day advance booking reports showcase that cinemas and multiplexes are housefuls.
Delhi NCR has Hindi-speaking public so the Hindi Version of the film is almost full for the first weekend. In more than 500 screens across Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, and Faridabad advance booking look very much positive.
As Kolkata have more Bengali speaking people and Bahubali is released only in four languages, Hindi, Tamil, Telegu, and Malayalam, there is not much response to advance bookings in Kolkata as compared to other cities in India. The Hindi version at Inox multiplexes is although said to be sold out.
Looking at the advance booking status, Bahubali is sure to break all the records at the box office.