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Looks like, even after years of the Baahubali franchise making waves across the globe, the world can still not get enough of the magnum opus. This weekend was a very special time and marked a big milestone for the entertainment industry back home as SS Rajamouli's Baahubali:The Beginning became the only and the first ever non-English movie to be screened at the Royal Albert Hall in London, which is huge! Standing ovation at the @RoyalAlbertHall... ð¥ð¥ðð»ðð» HUGE applause to whoever came to #ReliveTheEpic.. Thank you LONDON... We will cherish this event forever... â¤ðð» Saahore @MMKeeravaani & the entire team of BAAHUBALI... ð¥âð»pic.twitter.com/HeZ1MmwA88 — Baahubali (@BaahubaliMovie) October 20, 2019 The movie also received a standing ovation and after the thunderous applause, it made its way to social media, where fans across the globe couldn't help but go crazy all over again. The name is @ssrajamouli! ð¥ Excited #Baahubali lovers from Japan who came to watch the show at the @RoyalAlbertHall had quite the fan moment with our director outside the hotel in London... pic.twitter.com/sxcRf7A9hT — Baahubali (@BaahubaliMovie) October 19, 2019 Immense pride for all of us ðððð¥ — Prabhas Crazy Girl ™ (@Pragathiprabhas) October 20, 2019 A night to remember! The music is still playing in my head this morning! ðI'm at aw of composer Keeravaani and Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra! Just amazing! #Baahubali Films in Concert @royalalberthall — Kiran Gawali (@GawaliKiran) October 20, 2019 The screening was also attended by the ensemble cast along with the director himself. Post the screening, actors Prabhas, Anushka and Rana along with Rajamouli took over the stage to express gratitude and answer all the questions as well. View this post on Instagram TheMIGHT , TheMAJESTY, TheMAHISHMATI!! #BaahubaliTheBeginningLive #royalalberthall A post shared by Rana Daggubati (@ranadaggubati) on Oct 19, 2019 at 5:04pm PDT View this post on Instagram The best evening with the best people!! â¤ï¸ A post shared by Rana Daggubati (@ranadaggubati) on Oct 18, 2019 at 2:56pm PDT In case if you still haven't witnessed what all these hyper about, then you clearly are living under a rock my friend. This is a giant leap of recognition meant for the people and a movie which truly put India on the global map of entertainment and in a way in which even Bollywood could not achieve this standard. For now, all we can say is 'Jai Mahishmati'! and let's hope we get to see this magical team work together again soon.
Perfectionist Amir Khan has achieved a new milestone in his career leaving behind the records of Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan. Amir Khan's movie Dangal has officially surpassed the $300 million mark this week to become only the fifth non-English movie in history to do so. Yes! It's huge! According to a report from Forbes, global ticket sales for the sports biopic now stand at $301 million, with $179.8 million coming from China and $84.4 million from India. In the history, only four other non-English movies have earned more than $300 million worldwide: China's 'The Mermaid' ($533 million) and 'Monster Hunt' ($386 million), France's 'The Intouchables' ($427 million) and Japan's 'Your Name' ($354 million). The dramatic retelling of wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat's life is the first and only Indian film with an overseas gross exceeding $100 million. Way to go Amir Khan!
Seems like Aamir ‘perfectionist’ Khan has lived up to his name and even carved a niche in B-town history. The stellar hit ‘Dangal’ which is currently minting accolades and money at the box offices in China has done the unexpected. © UTV Motion Pictures ‘Dangal’ has hit the $300 million mark and has created history. It is now the 5th highest grossing non-English movie, EVER! The list of highest-grossing non-English movies include ‘The Mermaid’ ($553 million), ‘The Intouchables’ ($427 million), ‘Monster Hunt’ ($386 million), and ‘Your Name’ ($354 million). ‘Dangal’ is the only Indian movie that exceeded the $100 million mark in oversees revenue and is also a contributor to the biggest single pay-day for an Indian actor ever. Aamir Khan and the entire cast worked extremely hard on transforming their bodies and preparing for their hard roles. The movie is literally creating a ‘dangal’ out there and our nation is beyond being proud.