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2.0 box office collection day 3 Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar

2.0 box office collection Day 3: Superstar Rajinikanth's film 2.0 also stars Akshay Kumar in the role of antagonist, Pakshiraja. The Shankar directorial is said to be a spiritual sequel to 2010 film Enthiran.

2.0 box office collection Day 3: Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar film continues its dream run
2.0 box office day 3  collection

2.0 box office collection Day 3: Rajinikanth’s film is dominating the box office

Rajinikanth’s big-budget action film 2.0 is ruling the Indian box office. The Shankar directorial also stars Akshay Kumar, in the role of the antagonist Pakshiraja, and Amy Jackson. AR Rahman has composed the music of 2.0. The movie is said to be a spiritual sequel to 2010 film Enthiran.

According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh, 2.0 Hindi earned Rs 18 crore on the second day of its release, which was again a working day. This brings the film’s total collection Hindi to about Rs 38.25 crore, showing a minor drop on day-to-day comparison. “2Point0 remained strong on Day 2... Although the film has declined on Day 2, the biz should gather momentum on Day3. 2.0 box office day 3  collection Sat and  Sunday Thu 20.25 cr, Fri 18 cr. Total:  38.25 cr. India biz. Note: HINDI version,” he tweeted.

Trade analyst Ramesh Bala pegged the worldwide wide collection of 2.0 in 2 days at Rs 190 crore.
Director Shankar took to Twitter to express his happiness over the response to 2.0. He wrote, “My heart full thanks to the audience who have lapped up 2point0 and celebrated and made it a huge success, and to all the media who supported and respected the hard work of our team, and to my whole team who have given a piece of their life to 2.0.”

The Indian Express film critic Shubhra Gupta gave the film 2 stars. She wrote, “The real film kicks in post-interval, with the appearance of Akshay’s Pakshiraja, a good man turned bad, out of fear and justifiable anger. The Bird Man will do anything to save his feathery friends, even if it means killing and smashing his way through buildings and cell towers and people who like their hand-sets.

She continued, “Akshay brings some much-required energy to the movie, as well as some moving moments, before he and his glittery gold eyes get encased in metal. By then it’s just a question of how much Shankar will crank it up in the climax. He does, but somehow, none of it sticks after an initial shock-and-awe flash.”

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