Rajinikanth's '2.0' enters the 500 Cr club

Akshay Kumar Rajinikanth starrer 2.0 continues winning streak—Check out latest collections

Superstar Rajinikanth and Bollywood megastar Akshay Kumar starrer science fiction action movie "2.0" has created hype as the movie is ruling the domestic box office and also generating good profit from the overseas market.

Trade analyst and film critics Ramesh Bala took to his official Twitter handle to share the latest figures of the superhit 2.0. "500 crores worldwide. We at Dharma Movies are so proud to be associated with the Hindi version of this movie marvel". Maintains a super-strong hold on weekdays. It has just been a week since the film released, and it has already collected more than Rs 500 crore worldwide.

#2Point0 continues its winning streak. The film which hit the theatres on November 29, is made under the banners of Lyca Production. It also stars Amy Jackson, Adil Hussain and Sudhanshu Pandey in pivotal roles.

Shankar is now busy with Indian 2 pre-production work. His other tweet read, "A box office PHENOMENA!" The Hindi version is also likely to emerge Kumar's high grossing film ever after its Thursday collections come in. The film, directed by Shankar, has had huge expectations among fans since "2.0" is a sequel to the blockbuster sci-fi thriller "Enthiran", which released in 2010.

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