Baahubali’s Theatrical Rights bought up by Nagarjuna
Baahubali’s : The Word “Baahubali” is sufficient for people to stop and take notice! This bi-lingual mythological epic movie, directed by S.S.Rajamouli starring superheroes like Prabhas, Rana, Anushka, Tamannaah, Ramya Krishna, Nassar, etc., once again is making news this time for the Baahubali Distribution rights. Baahubali 2 box office collection prediction
Reports are doing the rounds that many distributors came forward to grab this multi-billion budget movie’s distribution rights at a sky high price. It is said that Akkineni Nagarjuna and the Varahi Movies owner, Sai Korrapati together have bought up the whole of Krishna District rights for a whopping 8 Crores. Baahubali 2 online leaked first look
Baahubali: the Beginning minted 6.8 Crores at the box office. While 8 Crores distributional rights are only for one district that making news, so expectations are that the movie Baahubali: The Conclusion certainly is higher. Down south, Tamil Rights were sold out for 50 crores, and a larger amount is expected from the selling of Satellite Rights.
About the Movie
Baahubali is a two part movie, (2nd part in the making) made news for all the right reasons. The film made waves not only all over India, but got the world over acclaim for select and top story, cast, costumes, visual effects, and budget, etc. The film will also be dubbed in Hindi, Malayalam, and several other foreign languages. Baahubali created history for being the only Indian movie ever to enter the category ranked at 12. The film Baahubali is listed as one among 15 Blockbusters Hollywood wishes they had made on a Hollywood portal.
The shooting for Baahubali: The Conclusion is going on briskly, and the movie has given around eight months as the release time for this film, and surely, the pre-release business will do great not only in the Telugu States but for the overseas audience as well. The craze is more than expected before the movie’s release, so once the movie is released you cannot possibly expect the demand for the film. Given this entire craze, will the filmmakers be able to satisfy the needs of the audience?