• Tuesday, May 24, 2022

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Indian cinema’s costliest flick 2.0 creates havoc on opening day

By: Mohnish Singh

As expected, 2.0, the most expensive film of Indian cinema, rocked the domestic box-office by registering an earth-shattering occupancy of over 70 to 80 per cent on its opening day on 29th November. Smashing a string of records, the movie went on to hoard a whopping ₹ 61 crore nett, becoming the second highest opener of all times, behind S.S Rajamouli’s magnum opus, Baahubali: The Conclusion which had netted ₹ 121 crores all across India on its opening day. The Hindi version of the Shankar directorial alone did the unthinkable and made an impressive debut in cinemas by raking in…

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