2.0 Box office collection day 1: Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, Amy Jackson film earns this much in overseas market

Nov 30, 2018, 15:05 PM IST
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2.0 Box Office Collections Day 1: S Shankar direction and sequel to Robot, 2.0 starring Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar, has marked its box office release with a bang on Thursday. The movie registered an occupancy of over 90 per cent in South while it registered an occupancy of around 30 per cent in Hindi belt largely due to delay in the opening of advance bookings.

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2.0 Box Office Collection 1st Day: Record screen release

2.0 Box Office Collection 1st Day: Record screen release

The film was released on over 10,000 screens worldwide creating a record. The film's advance booking was started around a week before in overseas markets like the UK, the US, Australia and New Zeland among other countries. 

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2.0 Box Office Collection 1st Day: A record earning on cards?

2.0 Box Office Collection 1st Day: A record earning on cards?

As per the latest report, the film has performed better than expectations on the global box offices. Though the initial figures are from a small number of screen, but it says a lot about the total collections, which will be out later today.

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2.0 Box Office Collection 1st Day: Rs 59 lakh in Australia

2.0 Box Office Collection 1st Day: Rs 59 lakh in Australia

The film 2.0 has earned around Rs 59 lakhs ($83,720) from 35 screens in Australia. 

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2.0 Box Office Collection 1st Day: $350K in US; to beat Kaala

2.0 Box Office Collection 1st Day: $350K in US; to beat Kaala

As per film critic and trade analyst Ramesh Bala, the film has grossed $350,000 from 258 Locs in the US. "By Friday evening, #2Point0 is expected to cross #Kaala 's Life time gross of $1,913,110 in #USA," said Bala.

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2.0 Box Office Collection 1st Day: Rs 11.11 lakhs in New Zealand

2.0 Box Office Collection 1st Day: Rs 11.11 lakhs in New Zealand

2.0 Box Office Collection: The first of its kind Indian 3D film has earned Rs 11.11 lakhs ($15,920) in New Zealand from 18 screens. Just a few hours more and the final domestic and international figures will be out.

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