It is needless to introduce Baahubali – The Conclusion as the much-awaited movie of the year in the Tollywood film industry. Every individual all over the globe is eagerly waiting for the release of the 2nd part of Baahubali movie. Some of the people are quite inquisitive to get answers to their queries that they have confronted in the 1st part of Baahubali. Baahubali – The Beginning movie has created wonders in the history of Indian Cinema with awe-struck war sequences and spectacular performance of each and every character.
Now, this film is creating sensation prior to the release with pre-release dealing. In the recent times, we have seen Baahubali 2 has smashed the records in the Indian Cinema by selling the satellite rights for Sony for a whopping price of Rs. 51 Crores. The popular Producer Sai Korrapaati has now determined to put money in order to acquire the rights of much-anticipated movie of the year.
Producer Sai Korrapaati Purchases Satellite Rights of Baahubali 2 for Whopping Price
However, the producer has already purchased the rights of Ceded for a huge amount of Rs. 25 Crores, Uttarandhra for a price of Rs 14.04 Crores and Krishna for a massive amount of Rs 9.5 Crores. Upon summing up all the three deals, as per the reports, the amount quite bigger compared to the ultimate collections of 2nd part of Baahubali film. According to the news from the movie sources, the producer is currently in discussions with the Baahubali team regarding the acquisition of the satellite rights in the state of Karnataka.
As per the reports, the deal finalizes soon for a massive amount of Rs. 35 crores. It seems that the complete budget for the making of Baahubali – The Conclusion comes back in the form of selling the movie rights for a total of Rs. 80 to 90 Crores. Prior to the release of the movie, the film is grossing whopping collections across the country. As per the expectations, the movie creates one more sensation after the official release of 2nd part of Baahubali. Baahubali — The Conclusion scheduled to hit the theatres on 28th April, 2017.