On the first day, the film grossed around Rs 84 crores worldwide at the ticket window and trade pundits believe it's a terrific start, considering the film released on a Thursday and during a non-festival weekend.
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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's science fiction flick "2.0" continued its steady march at the box office on day two. As per the early estimates, the film has shown an vast growth during the weekend and collected around Rs 25 crore nett on Saturday. Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted out the numbers and said business could pick up even more on day 4, which is a Sunday.
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We had reported earlier in the day about how Shankar's 2.0, starring Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson, had set a new opening day gross record in Chennai city. The sci-fi thriller, however, has bettered the all-India box-office collection of Aamir Khan's Thugs of Hindostan (₹63.5 crore gross) to report the highest opening for any movie in 2018. Circuits that were performing okay/low have picked up. Accordingt o reports, filmmaker Shankar had approached Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger for the role of the antagonist in "2.0". The film was produced by Lyca Productions and the music for the film is by AR Rahman. The film released in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi, as promised. Rajinikanth assumes the double role of scientist Vaseegaran and the robot Chitti which he first played in the 2010 film Enthiran. The film is anyways making money in the South languages and if Hindi version supports well too then recovery of the huge budget won't be an issue.
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