Audience Review | Rajinikanth | Akshay Kumar | A R Rahman | Shankar | Subaskaran

Deanna Kelley
December 1, 2018

Considering how popular and in- demand Akshay Kumar is in the North, the film's major collections are coming from there.

The film has collected 38.25 crore so far and if one considers the fact that Saturday and Sunday are still remaining, it is a good accumulation. Although the film has declined on Day 2, the biz should gather momentum on Day 3 [Sat] and Day 4 [Sun]... In TN as a whole, the film has grossed close to 18 CR which is Rajini's 2nd best opener in the state below Kabali, but Shankar's career best.

- Ramesh Bala (@rameshlaus) November 30, 2018#2Point0 Hindi Day 1 All-India Nett - Early Estimates are around ₹ 25 Crs. According to trade portal BoxOfficeIndia.com, the S Shankar directorial positioned itself as the second biggest opening ever in India across all formats with a gross figure of Rs 80 crore. Note: "HINDI version", tweeted movie critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh.

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The weekend collection for the film is expected to be high as advanced bookings for the shows continue. This happens to be the first Indian film that is directly shot in 3D.

The much anticipated film 2.0 had a fabulous first day on Thursday, after receiving a tremendous response from the audience across the country. A sequel to the 2010 blockbuster Enthiran, the film traces the dark side of mobile phones and technology, with Akshay playing a super villain and Chitti trying to save the day.

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