Bahubali 2 4th Day Box Office Collection: The historic box office run of ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’ continues on Monday. The movie is on a record-breaking streak from the first day. It has emerged as one of the biggest blockbusters of Indian cinema within just three days of its release. After a record-breaking opening weekend with the collection of 121 crores, the movie refused to slow down even and Monday and shattered yet another box office record. (Read: Bahubali 2 first weekend collection)
Early reports suggest that Bahubali 2 registered the highest Monday collection of all time. As per early estimates, Bahubali 2 4th day box office collection will be in the range of 35 to 37 crores. These numbers are simply unbelievable after a record-breaking opening weekend. This clearly indicates that Bahubali magic has gripped the nation. A record-breaking opening weekend is understandable, but such strong numbers on Monday signifies that the movie is in its own league.
The movie has set yet another record on Monday. It has recorded highest Monday collection of all time beating Hrithik Roshan’s Krrish 3 which had Diwali holiday on its first Monday. The trend is looking extraordinary and even better than recent ATBB movies like Dangal and Sultan. With around 164 crores already in pocket, Bahubali 2 has every chance to become the fastest 200 crores grosser beating Salman Khan’s Sultan which took seven days to achieve the feat.
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With no big competition in the coming weeks, Bahubali 2 has a good chance to emerge as the highest grossing movie beating the lifetime collection of Dangal (388 crores). Bahubali 2 will beat the lifetime collection of biggies like Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, 3 Idiots, Chennai Express within just one week.
Talking about the all India collection, the movie collected 303 crores (nett) in the first weekend. It has shown a considerable drop in South after a superb opening weekend. The movie as achieved a rare feat for grossing 500 crores worldwide in the first weekend. After the first weekend, the worldwide collection of the movie stands at whopping Rs 513 crores.