Kamal Hassan’s Viswaroopam 2 hits the theatres on this Friday, 10th August. The film has started with mixed reviews; few of the audience priced the film for its technical values and script and also the film packed some negative reviews as well. Kamal Hassan has done many of the works for this film. He worked as a director, producer, actor, and co-writer of the film. Viswaroopam 2 is the sequel of Viswaroopam, which was released in 2013 January. Shekhar Kapur, Pooja Kumar, Rahul Bose, Waheeda Rahman, Andrea Jeremiah and Anant Mahadevan are the part of the film. The movie Viswaroopam 2 is going with good collections and reviews.
Vishwaroopam 2 First Day Box Office Collections Record Worldwide
Girish Johar, the film trade analyst has reported that Viswarropam 2 box office collections 1st day are ranging from Rs 2 to Rs 2.5 Cr in Hindi. While due to the demise of DMK Chief Tamil Nadu M Karunanidhi the film couldn’t make a good income on its 1st day in Tamil Nadu. Comparatively, Viswaroopam 2 is bagged less BO collections when compared with the 1st part.
While speaking to the sources, Johar said, “Vishwaroopam 2 might have a difficult weekend in the South. Following the death of M Karunanidhi, it is difficult to say anything about the film’s earnings there, but in the Hindi belt, it will earn something between Rs 2-2.5 crore on its opening day.”
Kamal Hassan’s film Viswaroopam 2 has got the average review from a popular news source. And the Viswaroopam 2 review given by the writer Shubhra Gupta states that,
“The best spy thrillers give us plenty of high-octane action, colorful characters who blur the line between heroes and villains, and athletic male and female lead equally capable of kicking serious butt. No such luck with Vis and gang, most of whom are back, reprising their roles. Jeremiah is made to high-step archly around hotel rooms, looking for bugs (in one of the several unintentionally hilarious scenes which feature her) and has only one sequence in which she shows off her martial skills; Kumar, who is described several times as a ‘nuclear oncologist’, is all coy and coquettish.”