The success of ABCD 2 at the box office defines that India has the audience which loves to see musical-drama dance movie. The movie has surpassed every other release of 2015 and became the No. 1 First Day & First Weekend grosser of the year.
The movie is generating a steady and impressive earning each day and the total collected till now is Rs 61.77 Crores in just 5 days.
Though, the movie did not garner impressive reviews from critics, they were not happy with the aim of the film which was to only earn cash. It lacks in entertainment, quality of dance, dancers and humor, but, surprisingly, people are loving it much more than any release.
With the collection of Rs 14.91 Crore on the opening day, it recorded to be the highest opener of the year; the wonders did not end, with Rs 46.35 Crores it also became the Highest Weekend Grosser of the year.
Its box office collections went straight down to 40-50% after the first weekend, it earned day-wise-day following: Tweet by trade analyst Taran Adarsh
#ABCD2 is aiming to cross ₹ 100 cr in Week 2. Fri 14.30 cr, Sat 14.54 cr, Sun 17.51 cr, Mon 8.05 cr, Tue 6.77 cr. Total: ₹ 61.17 cr. FAB!
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) June 24, 2015
Will it enter 100 Crore Club?
Looking at the performance of ABCD 2, it is not sure to say that it will enter the holy gate of 100 Crore Club. The main reason is that the movie does not hold the audience’s curiosity throughout its 2:50:00 hour saga, as people looses interest once, it is slightly difficult to pick or to make audience gain their interest again.
The biggest downfall is that the director had chosen Shraddha Kapoor to be a part of a dance movie. Have you seen Shraddha in any dance movie before? Or heard of her dance performance? No! The main attraction of director Remo D’Souza to leave the professional actors, not actors, but dancers, from ABCD and take mainstream B-Town actors like Shraddha Kapoor and Varun Dhawan, was just to trick people with the tag of 3D and Varun-Shraddha.
If somehow, audience supports the movie and watches it, then you should be ready to see a utmost slow melodrama with over-expressed humor in the 100 Crore Club.
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