The film is written and directed S. Shankar.
The Hindi version of 2.0 picked up pace at the box office as it entered the weekend, reported trade analyst Taran Adarsh. With kind of buzz around the film, the Hindi version of 2.0 has collected Rs. 38.25 and the numbers are only expected to go higher and higher from here. "It has improved its Hindi business by nearly 30 per cent to Rs 24.50 crore net collection", said Kadel. However, the sci-fi saw a drop in collection on its second day, collecting Rs 18 crore. Not just in India, the film is breaking box office records across the world. The film, which opened at a whopping Rs 64 crore (all languages) continues to remain strong during the weekend.
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Out of the ₹74 crore, the Hindi version of 2.0 contributed about ₹21 crore, while collections from Tamil Nadu stood at ₹20 crore. It was kind of tough to spot the 2.0 memes as people have indeed enjoyed the film unlike its trailer, which had disappointed many. With Saturday's good collections, 2.0 has now earned Rs 62 crore approximately in three days, thus paving its way to be a blockbuster hit of the year. The film was produced by Lyca Productions and the music for the film is by AR Rahman. The film marks the return of Dr Vaseegran and Chitti and witnesses the emergence of an ever-so-powerful villain in Akshay Kumar as Pakshiraja. The movie was released on November 29, Thursday, and received mixed reviews from the film critics.