Shankar and Rajinikanth’s magnum opus 2.0 was sold at high prices in all languages – Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. Trade pundits had predicted that the film’s Hindi version would become a loss venture given the lukewarm reception it received on the first day. Surprisingly, it is the Hindi version that is entering into profits zone first than the rest.
The film has already raked in Rs 111 Cr in five days in India. It needs to collect Rs 120 Cr to get break-even.
So, in two days, the film will enter into profits. On the other hand, in the USA, the film has touched $4 million mark (all languages put together).