India’s highest budget movie 2.0 starring Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar in the lead roles has finally hit the screens.
The film 2.0 is been directed by Shankar and has hit the theaters. The sci-fi film also starring Amy Jackson is receiving fantastic response all over the country.
The movie with positive word mouth has witnessed a good start, the movies has earned Rs 181.75 Crore (Hindi collection) on the week 2
Let’s have a look at the 2nd week box office collection:
1st Week Collection:
Thursday 20.25 Crore
Friday 18.25 Crore
Saturday 25.00 Crore
Sunday 34.00 Crore
Tuesday 11.50 Crore
Wednesday 9.50 Crore
2nd Week Collection:
Thursday 7.75 Crore
Friday 5.85 Crore
Saturday 9.15 Crore
Sunday 12.00 Crore
2nd weekend 27.00 Crore
Monday 03.75 Crore
Tuesday 02.95 Crore
Wednesday 02.40 Crore
Thursday 01.90 Crore
2nd Week Total 38.00 Crore
Total Collection: Rs 181.75 Crore (Hindi)
The movie 2.0 sets a new benchmarks, the movie is now second highest grossing (Hindi dubbed film) surpassing the lifetime biz of Baahubali.
The advance booking response was massive and looks like it will set the box office on fire. 2.0 has been released in about 10,500 screens across the world and is going to witness earth-shattering success.
The Hindi version of 2.0 has taken a good start at the box office. The film has witnessed morning occupancy of around 35-40%. It is receiving a positive response in single screens, and the big end multiplexes has got an average response.
It terms of opening, a non-holiday release, we guess it will be highest non-holiday release of the year for Akshay Kumar film. Definitely, a highest non-holiday start for Akshay Kumar film is on cards.
Fans have many expectation from the film and hopefully we believe that the film will come up with great success in the up coming weeks.
This data is complied from various sources and our research and so the figures can be approximate and we do not make any claims about the authenticity of the data. However they are adequately indicative of the box-office performance of the films.