If you were not able to watch it in theatres due to some reason and are wondering how to watch Baahubali 2 The Conclusion online then Netflix has come to your rescue.
Directed by SS Rajamouli, Baahubali 2 turned out to be a grand spectacle for the movie lovers in India and worldwide. Against all odds, the film went on to set new box-office records. If you were not able to watch it in theatres due to some reason and are wondering how to watch Baahubali 2 The Conclusion online then Netflix has come to your rescue. Baahubali’s high demand forced Netflix to buy movie’s streaming rights at a whopping amount. Netflix which is currently growing its market in India has bought the film’s streaming right for Rs 25.5 crore. The news was confirmed by famous movie analyst Ramesh Bala on Thursday morning.
Bala took to Twitter on Thursday and confirmed that Baahubali’s online streaming rights have been bought by Netflix. He also revealed that the movie will be available in as many as 192 countries. “@NetflixIndia acquires the streaming rights @BaahubaliMovie for a whopping $4 Million [₹ 25.50 Crs] – Will be available in 192 countries..,” Bala posted on his Twitter account.
Check out his tweet:
— Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) August 10, 2017
Baahubali turned out to be a box-office record breaker. It became the first Indian film to earn over Rs 1000 crore at the box-office which was later broken by Aamir Khan’s Dangal. However, Rajamouli directorial has won the race when it comes to online streaming rights. Dangal’s right was bought by Netflix for Rs 20 crore which is less than the amount it paid for Baahubali. Baahubali 2 has a stellar cast that includes the likes of Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah, Sathyaraj and Ramya Krishnan in pivotal roles.
“We are very happy and excited to partner with Netflix. Theatrically, its not possible to reach all markets, but with this deal Baahubali will reach 192 countries seamlessly,” Shobu Yarlagadda, co-founder and CEO of Arka Mediaworks, the company that produced the Baahubali films told Live Mint about the development.