Box Office Report: Close to 100 cr in worldwide gross

Box Office Report: Close to 100 cr in worldwide gross

While one was expecting the collections to rise up on the following day, on the contrary, the Box Office collections of 2.0 (Hindi) witnessed a decline on the second day of its release. Thursday 20.25 cr, Friday 18 cr. As of now, the total collection of the Hindi version of the film in two days stands at Rs 38.25 crore. With theatres full for the first day first show of 2.0, we caught up with many fans and here's how they reacted after watching the Shankar film.

Before I began the piece, I have to start off with a disclaimer - the figures that I am talking about below about 2.0 are only for its Hindi dubbed version. It also suggested that the distribution rights for North Belt brought in a staggering Rs 80 crore, for Andhra Pradesh/Telangana around Rs 70 crore, and for Karnataka and Kerala Rs 25 crore and Rs 15 crore respectively. Rs 100 crore gross worldwide has already been crossed in just one day.

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As per the report, the dubbed Tamil film is doing well in Delhi/UP, East Punjab, Bihar and Central India as well as Mumbai and West Bengal.

Jus In: In #Chennai city, #2Point0 takes All-time No.1 Opening for Day 1 - ₹ 2.64 Crs. The Hind version has been received very well with the audience as the advance booking had opened late but still, the movie has managed these big numbers. It is the first Indian 3D movie directed the great director Shankar. When the world is in a desperate need of a superhero, scientists and researchers bring back Chitti, the robot (Rajinikanth's character). According to trade gurus, the movie can break the box office collection record of 'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion.' Rajinikanth and Akshay starrer is made under the huge budget of Rs 543 crore, the film is the most expensive India film ever made.

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