The restored version of Rajinikanth’s 2002 film “Baba,” which was recently digitalized, was released in theatres last week on the actor’s 72nd birthday. The re-release of Rajinikanth’s movie “Baba” was favourably received by the public, and theatres all over the country went into festival mode. According to the most recent information on the “Baba” box office haul, the Rajinikanth-starring film has already made Rs 4 crores since its re-release. For its re-release on December 10, “Baba” began with special morning shows, and it saw very strong attendance for the first three days. However, the movie did not draw in steady audiences, and fresh movies took its place.
According to reports, “Baba” made over Rs 4 crores during its second run in Tamil Nadu, whereas it only made about Rs 1.5 crores in Chennai. Baba was also released in a number of foreign countries, and the total revenue from the film’s re-release is expected to reach Rs 5 crores. With the successful re-release of his 20-year-old movie, Rajinikanth has once again demonstrated his prowess at the box office.
In the Suresh Krissna-directed movie “Baba,” which stars Rajinikanth and Manisha Koirala in the key roles, a carefree teenager unexpectedly receives a superpower from Lord Baba. The film’s climax was altered to fit the current style, and the re-release version was 30 minutes shorter than the 2002 version.