The dream run of "ABCD 2" has continued as the Bollywood movie registered a good growth at the box office on its second Saturday (27 June).
"ABCD 2" total net collections in India now stands at ₹81.51 crore, reported Koimoi. On Saturday, it earned ₹5.77 crore. This means that the Bollywood movie has surpassed the business made by Deepika Padukone's "Piku", which had ended its lifetime business at ₹79 crore at the domestic box office.
The Varun Dhawan-Shraddha Kapoor starrer has now reached the fourth position in the Highest Earning Movies in 2015. "ABCD 2" is now behind "Gabbar is Back" (₹86 crore), "Baby" (₹95.50) and "Tanu Weds Manu (₹148.29).
"ABCD 2" is expected to beat "Gabbar is Back" on Sunday, but it may require a few more days to surpass the collection of "Baby". However, it is quite a difficult task for this film to occupy the first position and beat "Tanu Weds Manu Returns".
The movie had got a fantastic opening by raking in ₹14.30 crore on the first day. This, by any margin, is a huge achievement as the film does not have an A-list actor in the cast. In the first weekend, it made ₹46.35 crore and by the end of its first week, it collected ₹71.78 crore.
The movie is a sequel to "ABCD". The first instalment did not make it big in theatres, but when premiered on TV, it got overwhelming response.
"ABCD 2" is a 3D dance film directed by Remo d'Souza. Apart from Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor, Prabhu Deva, Lauren Gottlieb and Dharmesh Yelande are also in the cast. It has Sachin-Jigar's music, Vijay Arora's cinematography and Mana Sagar's editing.