2.0: Crossed 400 crores in just four days! On only fourth day, its all set to cross 100 crores! Unbelievable!

The Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar’s sci-fi thriller 2.0 has earned a massive 400 cr in just four days from the worldwide box-office! The producers of the film, Lyca Productions, tweeted from their official Twitter handle – History in the making! 400 CRORES WORLDWIDE! Not just a blockbuster, it’s a MEGA BLOCKBUSTER!

In India, the Hindi version has collected Rs 95 cr (122 Gross) from North India. The Telugu version of the film is said to have grossed Rs 52 cr in four days.

If we exclude the 3D charge from the ticket price, the total four days gross in Chennai is Rs 8.94 cr. And if you include the 3D glass charge, the total gross in the city is 10.09cr. In Tamil Nadu as per trade experts the total gross would be in the range of Rs 55- 60 crores for the four days.

Lyca in their tweet mentioned that 2.0 has collected worldwide Rs 400 cr. There is no mention, however, whether it is gross or net and there was no area wise break up. If Lyca Productions has officially announced the four days figure as Rs 400 cr, they are happy with the film’s performance at the box-office.

2.0, which is said to be made on an ambitious budget of Rs. 500 crore, has reportedly recovered Rs. 370 crore through the sale of satellite and digital rights of the film.

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted -“Terrific growth on Sat and Sun speaks for itself,” he wrote and added that the Hindi version of 2.0 has raked in as much as Rs. 97 crore in just four days. The Hindi version of 2.0 made under Rs.20 crore on each of Thursday (opening day) and Friday but as it entered the weekend, it recorded Rs. 24 crore and Rs. 34 crore on Saturday and Sunday respectively. “2.0 puts up a superb total in its extended opening weekend… Biz on Day 3 and Day 4 specifically was fantastic,” Mr Adarsh tweeted.

In more tweets, Mr Adarsh said that the box office numbers of 2.0’s Hindi version witnessed a jump of about 41.67 per cent on Sunday (as compared to Saturday’s collections).

However, he also added that the “real test” for 2.0 will be to survive the week with impressive ticket sales: “While 2.0 nears Rs. 100 cr mark after an impressive extended opening weekend, the real test for the film begins from today [Mon] onwards… It will be interesting to see how it fares on weekdays… Mon to Thu – the weekdays – are crucial.”

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