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2.0 box office collection day 1: Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar starrer '2.0' earns Rs 20.25 crore in Hindi

The film has released worldwide on November 29. The record for the highest opening day collection of Rs 121 crore still remains with Baahubali 2: The Conclusion.

It has beaten #Sarkar 's ₹ 2.37 Crs set on #Diwali day. Analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to reveal that the Hindi version of sci-fi film minted INR202.5 million at the Indian box office since its release. 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. While one was expecting the collections to rise up on the following day, on the contrary, the Box Office collections of 2.0 (Hindi) witnessed a decline on the second day of its release. In addition, the sequel of 2010 hit movie "Enthiran" (Robot in Hindi) grossed around Rs 22 crore from Hindi version alone. Although the Hindi version is facing a bit of a tumultuous ride at the box office, the Tamil version seems to be getting a lot of takers.

2.0 box office collection day 1: Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar starrer '2.0' earns Rs 20.25 crore in Hindi
Audience Review | Rajinikanth | Akshay Kumar | A R Rahman | Shankar | Subaskaran

On day one, 2.0 collected around Rs 64 crore nett and Rs 80 crore gross in India. The film is written and directed by S. Shankar and co-written by B. Jeyamohan.

Rajinikanth's 2.0 director S Shankar thanked the audience, media and his team for making the film a 'huge success.' 2.0, also starring Akshay Kumar, opened to favourable reviews on Thursday across 4,000 screens. In 2.0, Chitti is reassembled by Dr Vaseegaran to fight an evil named PakshiRaja (Akshay Kumar), an ornithologist who has turned against human beings. All these are great numbers but the expectation from India's biggest ever film yet was something else.

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