2.0 Box Office: Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar starrer sets a huge record, earns Rs 500 crore worldwide

Karan Johar, who presented the Hindi version of Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar's 2.0, took to social media to celebrate the film's success.
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Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar's 2.0 is setting new records with each passing day since its release on November 29. The film, which has been directed by Shankar, has set a new benchmark at the box office with its fantastic worldwide business. The Hindi version of the film has surpassed Rs 100 crore mark at the Indian Box Office in just three days and the film is unstoppable. 2.0 also starring Amy Jackson has reached the Rs 500 crore mark worldwide within seven days of its release. Not only in India but it is also doing good business internationally. The film is giving a tough competition to the Hollywood film The Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald. 
 
In the coming days, the sci-fi film is going to break a few more records. Karan Johar, who presented the Hindi version of 2.0, wrote on Twitter to celebrate the film's success. He wrote, “A box office PHENOMENA!!!! 500 crores worldwide!!!!! We at @DharmaMovies are so proud to be associated with the HINDI version of this movie marvel!!!! @shankarshanmugh #RAJNISIR @akshaykumar @LycaProductions.” Check out the tweet below:

 
Meanwhile, this Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar starrer is all set to release on 56,000 screens (including 47,000 3D screens) in China in May 2019. A statement from Lyca Productions read, “Lyca Productions Pvt. Ltd is proud to associate with HY Media, one of China’s most prominent production and distribution companies, for the Chinese release of 2.0, the magnum opus of director Shankar, starring pan-Asian Superstar Rajinikanth and Bollywood megastar Akshay Kumar.”
 

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Thank you very so much welcome la familiyaaaa

Saw the movie yesterday. VFX was awesome. Even a movie like Mission Impossible 6 which didnt have too much special effects was done with a budget of 1300 cr. I am amazed these people have done this kind of work with a 500 cr budget.

What do Chinese people understand about Indian movies?!?

You obviously have not heard of the Dangal story. Or that China is a huge consumer of HW movies Why do you think many HW movies have some element or the other involving some Chinese trait (they shoot in some place in China or hire some actor). We are already late to the party, but it is better late than never.

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