Before analyzing Commando 2 box office collection day 1 in the domestic market, let’s have a look how the film performed on its opening day. Well, as per the industry insights, Commando 2 looks a strong contender in terms of the storyline and cast. The film was released on March 3, 2017.
commando 2 box office collection day 1 minted a modest Rs. 3.69 Crores at the box office. The figures are expected to raise further in the days to come.
As you must be aware of that Commando 2 is the sequel of Commando that was released in 2013. The prequel of Commando 2 could not perform well at the box office, but this action sequel starring Vidyut Jammwal is expected to perform much better. Earlier, we all witnessed Kangana and Shahid Kapoor’s Rangoon flopped, which was a romantic period drama. And soon after this, an action film is released featuring Vidyut and Adah Sharma in their lead roles.
You might be wondering about the direction given to the film. Well, Commando 2 has been directed by one of the most illustrious personalities, who’s also a great comic actor by the name Deven Bhojani and produced by Vipul Shah. The film is not only about action only, it also explores the most burning issues like black money and demonetisation. Apart from Vidyut, the movie also features Adah Sharma, Shefali Shah and Esha Gupta.
Vidyut Jammwal also expressed his views about the movie. At the time of an interview with indianexpress, he insisted that in terms of action, Commando 2 is way better than its prequel. He also said the shooting was not easy for him as he got injured during the third itself. He actually got his ligament teared and had to hospitalized. The entire unit then thought to wrap the shooting, but the muscular actor turned down their decision and asked for some more days to continue with shooting again.
Commando 2 box office collection day 1- The film is expected to perform better
The muscular actor was then bombarded with lots of questions, including like if he’s under pressure to produce Rs. 100 Crore film like others. He answered quite swiftly, saying that he’s hired to do his job fearlessly and if the film gets into the 100 Crore mark or not is my producer and director’s problem. For me, I have already done my job fairly well.
Now, talking about Commando 2 box office collection day 1, producer Vipul Shah instead preferred to make people understand about the box office numbers in real terms. He said a film entering Rs. 100 Crore club doesn’t necessarily mean it earned the same. In fact, there are movies that announced Rs. 100 Crore business, but actually were losers. Like, if a film is made on a budget of Rs. 120 Crores and earns Rs. 100 Crores, then it’s not a profit in any ways.