New Delhi: Superstar Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar's 2.0 has been on a record-breaking spree ever since its release. The film hit the silver screens on November 29 with 10,500 screens worldwide. This made it the biggest release of an Indian film beating Prabhas starrer Baahubali 2, which had released in 9000 screens.
And now, the film has achieved yet another milestone. As per a Bollywoodlife.com report, 2.0 has entered the 600 crore club with its worldwide collections. With this, the film has also become the highest Indian grosser of 2018 at the international box office.
The report reveals that within 11 days of its release, the film has minted Rs 620 crore and therefore surpassed the business of Rajkumar Hirani's 'Sanju' (Rs 542 Crore) and Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Padmaavat' (Rs 560 Crore).
Well, team 2.0 surely has a reason to celebrate!
2.0 stars ace actor Akshay Kumar and superstar Rajinikanth in lead roles. While Rajinikanth returns as everybody's favourite 'Chitti' the robot, Akshay stunned us all with his massive transformation as the villain.
The film is a visual extravaganza with enchanting VFX and is one of the most expensive Indian films ever made. The makers of the 3D film have reportedly spent a whopping 75 million dollars on the VFX which amounts to Rs 543 crores approximately.
Robot 2.0 is directed by Shankar and bankrolled by Lyca Productions. It also stars Amy Jackson, Adil Hussain and Sudhanshu Pandey in pivotal roles.