Directed by Shankar, 2.0 is India's most expensive film, with a budget exceeding over Rs 500 crore.
The magnum opus, which has released in 10,000 screens worldwide, recorded box office collections of Rs 70 crore on the opening day, across Hindi, Tamil and Telugu versions.
The official 2.0 handle had tweeted, "It's an Overwhelming Response for #2Point0".
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Further, the S.Shankar directed film made around Rs 18.57 crore from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and crossed the $1-million mark in the United States and UAE-GCC. Although the film has declined on Day 2, the biz should gather momentum on Day 3 [Sat] and Day 4 [Sun]...
- Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) November 30, 2018#2Point0 Hindi Day 1 All-India Nett - Early Estimates are around ₹ 25 Crs. Keeping in mind the fact that it's a dubbed film + advance bookings opened very late, the biz is STRONG. This makes it the biggest opener ever after Baahubali: The Conclusion, which earned over Rs 150 crore. Rajinikanth as Dr Vaseegaran and Chitti, with Akshay Kumar as the antagonist, is being loved by fans. The film had seen good hype building for it during last fortnight or so and that reflected in steady footfalls on the first day of release.
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Ensuring to "reboot superpower", 2.0 brings Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, and Shankar together for the first time and is a sequel of 2010 film Enthiran, which had released in Hindi as Robot.
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