Pre-booking for Ajay Devgn Drishyam 2 exceeds 2 crores
Pre-booking for Ajay Devgn Drishyam 2 exceeds 2 crores

The eagerly anticipated movie Drishyam 2 is now available for viewing. On November 18, the sequel to Drishyam, which debuted seven years ago, will be released under the direction of Abhishek Pathak. The movie is a follow-up to 2015’s Drishyam, a legitimate remake of Mohanlal’s Drishyam. Box office success and excellent reviews were the results at the time. The trio of Ajay Devgn, Shriya Saran, Tabu, and Akshaye Khanna is back with another intriguing and captivating story.

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Tickets worth lakhs have been sold

The audience was anxiously anticipating it as well. The film Drishyam 2 has raked in millions of rupees in advance bookings. When it comes to advance purchases, Drishyam 2’s ticket counter is getting a fantastic reaction. According to Taran Adarsh, a film industry analyst, 77,105 Drishyam 2 advance tickets have been sold to date. There are many PVR tickets included with this.

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Taran Adarsh reports that as of Wednesday morning at 11 a.m., 34,933 movie tickets had been purchased through the PVR. 14,797 tickets have been reserved in CINEPOLIS, compared to 27,375 in INOX. There have been 77,105 tickets sold in total. In terms of the number of tickets sold per day, 38,485 have been sold for Friday, 22,879 for Saturday, and 15,741 for Sunday.

Earned more than 2 crores in advance booking

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The movie has received more than 2 crores in advance booking under this circumstance. If each ticket is priced at Rs 300 as well, the total cost of 77, 105 tickets comes to Rs 23,131, 500.

The Hindi version of the Malayalam movie Drishyam 2 will also feature Akshaye Khanna in addition to Ajay Devgn and Tabu. In this movie, Ajay and Tabu are playing police policemen. In movies such as “Dil Chahta Hai,” “Hungama,” “Race,” and “Mom,” Akshay has played memorable roles. The late Nishikant Kamat directed the initial iteration of the movie. Drishyam, a 2013 Malayalam film, was remade in Hindi. Abhishek Pathak is the director this time.

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