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2.0 may soon become Akshay Kumar’s most successful film


Recently released movie 2.0 has already crossed the 100 crore mark and is still going strong at the box office. The movie stars Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar in the lead roles and is a science fiction based movie.

According to experts of the movie business, Hindi version of 2.0 may soon become the most successful film of Akshay Kumar’s career.

The Hindi version has earned more than 60 crore rupees and is expected to keep on making more money as audience have loved the movie and its special effects. Filmmaker Karan Johar's Dharma Productions has distributed the Hindi version of 2.0.

Karan Johar also tweeted about the movie’s success.

Karan Johar‏Verified account @karanjohar , “MASSIVE SUNDAY!!!!! Enroute to crossing 100!! Dharma is so proud to collaborate with @shankarshanmugh sirs vision! #rajnisirs legendary status and @akshaykumar ‘s mega stardom! Congratulations to @LycaProductions for their bravado and passion!!! @DharmaMovies”

The movie has a unique concept and the presentation is being liked by the audience.

The film has been directed by S Shankar. Rajinikanth plays a double role while Akshay Kumar is playing the role of the villain who is out to destroy all the mobile phone towers in the world.

2.0 was made with a budget of more than 500 crore rupees and is said to be the most expensive Indian film ever. The makers have already recovered Rs 370 crore through the sale of satellite and digital rights and the rest is coming from the box office.

Fans of movie actors are happy about the film and shared their views on social media.

Koushik Ghosh‏ @kousiikghoshReplying to @2Point0movie @rajinikanth and 9 others It will be no exaggeration to call 2.0 "A SAGA of an Unsung Hero."

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