From Baahubali To Veerayya: Top 10 Most Profitable Telugu Movies
You know, Tollywood is the largest Indian industry in terms of not only box office business but also in terms of the number of films released per year. On average Tollywood has over 500 movies getting released every year but out of all those movies, we can count on our fingers, the number of movies that make a profit at the box office.
Today, we are going to take a look at the top 10 most profitable movies of Tollywood.
1. Baahubali 2: The Conclusion
508 Crores Profit
This is the definition of profit, the theatrical rights were sold at 352 crores, and it made a huge earth-shattering impact at the box office and made over 500 crores profit.
2. Baahubali 1: The Beginning
186 Crores Profit
The first Telugu film which earned a profit of over 100 crores. The film’s theatrical rights were sold at 118 crores.
163.3 Croroes Profit
RRR, which took Telugu cinema to a global level, comes only after Baahubali in terms of the profit it made at the box office. Theatrical rights were sold at 451 crores.
4. Ala Vaikunthapuram Loo
75.88 Crores Profit
Allu Arjun’s family drama has made a profit of 75 crores at the box office becoming the Sankranthi winner.
5. Geetha Govindham
55. 43 Crores Profit
Theatrical rights were sold at just 15 crores, so the movie made a huge profit.
50 Crores Profit
F2’s theatrical rights were sold at Rs 34.5 crore and made a profit of Rs 50 crore.
47.52 Crores Profit
Rangasthalam made a profit of Rs 47.52 crore after its theatrical rights were sold at Rs 80 crore.
8. Waltair Veerayya
Over 42 Crores Profit (Still Running)
Waltair Veerayya with its tremendous run at the box office, created huge profits for the producers. The worldwide theatrical rights of the film were sold at a cost of ₹88 crores.
39.72 Crores Profit
Pushpa’s theatrical business was 144.9 crores, the movie ended its run making 39.72 crores profit.
10. Sarileru Neekevaru
39.36 Crores Profit
Theatrical rights were sold at 99.30 crores, the movie made a profit of 39.36 crores at the box office.