Rajinikanth’s film “Kabali” is breaking old records and making new records since its release while it breaks 7 records in just few days.
It became the film to earn most on first day in 2016. Previously, the record holder was Salman’s film “Sultan” but “Kabali” earned 44 crore rupee on first day of its release which is more than earning of any film on first day in 2016.
The Tamil edition of “Kabali” has also earned the record of highest business outside India. Previously, film “Dhoom 3” had the record of $320,000 but “Kabali” breaks this record in 3 days.
After earning 44 crore rupee on first day, “Kabali” has left behind Salman Khan’s film “Sultan” but it could not break the record of Salman’s film “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” which earned over 53 crore rupee the first day.
Previously, “Baahubali” had the record for presentation on most screens but now this record has been broken by “Kabali” which is released in more than 4000 cinema screens.
“Kabali” has become the most successful film of southern India as it has earned more than 90 crore rupee from southern India and over 16 crore from other parts of India.
It made the record of highest advance booking. In Chennai, more than 6 crore tickets were purchased online within 20 minutes of start of online booking. It was presented on 95% of screens in Chennai.
Tamil is the main language of film “Kabali” but its translated versions of Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam, Chinese, Thai and Indonesian languages were also presented after which it makes the record of film presented with most number of languages.