Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar’s 2.O budget touches a WHOPPING Rs 400 crore!

and Amy
‘s 2.0 is one of the most awaited films of
the decade. The sequel to
Enthiran (Hindi version titled as Robot), has
been in the making since a while now. And though we already
know that the film is going to break a few records at the box
office, it has achieved an unimaginable feat even before its
release! The budget of 2.O has now reached a
staggering amount of Rs 400 crore, one of the highest ever for
Indian cinema. As trade analyst and industry tracker – Ramesh
Bala revealed on Twitter, “[email protected] – @akshaykumar’s
#2Point0’s budget has reached a whopping Rs 400 crore.”

Earlier, it was reported that the budget of Rajinikanth and
Akshay Kumar’s film would be around Rs 350 crore. But with the
intensive Vfx and special effect work being undertaken and the
new worldwide promotional strategy, the 2.O
budget has reached a new high of Rs 400 crore. Out of this, the
movie has already earned Rs 200 crore plus through the sale of
the theatrical and satellite rights. With a huge buzz around
the movie and it being a sequel to Robot, we are sure
2.O will collect in excess of Rs 500 crore at the
domestic box office itself, thereby giving the makers a huge
profit at the end of the day. (ALSO READ
– Save
the date! Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar’s 2.0 trailer to be
launched on December 12

In the meantime, the makers of 2.O also kick started
their promotional campaign today by floating hot air balloons
with images of Akshay and Rajinikanth from the film over the
Hollywood signage in Los Angeles. The same kind of hot air
balloons will also be floated over strategic places in
London, Dubai, San Francisco, Europe, Australia and various
cities in India over the next few days. Cool na? Apparently,
the team is also going to embark on a world tour to promote
their film. This would not only help generate a greater buzz,
but in turn it will help 2.O get a better opening too.
But will it be able to compete with Prabhas

Baahubali 2
? That is something that remains to be

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