S Shankar has not only delivered a strong message through his film, but he has also kept the entertainment quotient high.
"Incredible jump in the collections of 2.0 (Hindi) today", film distributor and exhibitor Akshaye Rathi tweeted on Sunday.
In the United States, the Shankar directed movie has crossed Dollars 3.3 million (all versions) as of the end of Sunday. Enthiran (Robot), Lingaa, Kabali and Kaala were big earners in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, but the Hindi versions of these film didn't really make much noise at the box office.
Talking about all India collection, the movie needs to earn 650 crores to become hit.
The latest development provides that 2.0 crossed the INR1 billion mark worldwide on its first day. "Biz on Day 3 and Day 4 specifically was fantastic", Mr Adarsh tweeted. Thursday 19.50 cr, Friday 17.50 cr, Sat 24 cr, Sun 34 cr.
The theatrical rights of the Hindi version have been sold for Rs. 77 crores. Dharma is so proud to collaborate with S Shankar sir's vision! I am expecting the movie to earn more than 150 crores in its lifetime. The film is believed to grossed around Rs 250 crore in its opening weekend worldwide.
The film also stars Amy Jackson and Sudhanshu Pandey in pivotal roles.
However, the movie, which was tipped to beat the box-office records of Director SS Rajamouli's monumental epic Baahubali-2 The Conclusion released in 2017, fell way short of the period film's first-day gross collection of approximately ₹155 crore. A new threat in the form of Akshay Kumar's Pakshiraja forces Vaseegaran to reassemble Chitti to face him and save the city.
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