Abbas-Mastan's action thriller has managed to enter the Rs. 100 club despite bad reviews from the critics. The film was released in Janaury and collected Rs. 100.45 crore in the second week itself.
Trade analyst, Taran Adarsh tweeted saying: "Race2 collected approx Rs. 24.35 cr nett in Week 2. Grand total: approx Rs. 100.45 cr nett".
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Race 2 collects approx Rs. 51.35 crore over weekend
Saif Ali Khan and Deepika Padukone starrer Race 2 collected Rs. 51.35 cr nett in its opening weekend. The film had a fantastic opening weekend with a robust Friday, showed exceptional growth on Saturday.
Although the business slided slightly on Sunday, the film held very well on the third day of the weekend. The break up goes like this: Fri Rs. 15.12 cr, Sat Rs. 20.72 cr, Sun Rs. 15.51 cr.
Anupama Chopra's review: Race 2
Race 2 is essentially a big-budget cartoon in which coolness is all. The director duo Abbas-Mustan have no pretensions about what they are making - full-on masala with a dash of revenge. Anupama Chopra writes. READ REVIEW
Critics report: Race 2 not worth it
The much-awaited Race 2 has apparently not fulfilled the expectations of critics. The sequel fails to do justice to the plot but it does have few entertaining moments with an average music. Read on! REPORT INSIDE
Deepika Padukone is nervous as Race 2 releases
Race 2, starring Deepika Padukone and Saif Ali Khan, releases. The actor chats with Team HT Café about the travails of being an actor, her upcoming multi-starrer, and why you won’t ever see her taking the escalator. FULL STORY
We have great chemistry, says Deepika on her pairing with Saif
Deepika Padukone is still basking in the success of her last release, Cocktail (2012). The film may not have raked in big money, but it’s won her Best Actor nominations at several awards. Now, she’s gearing up for Race 2, in which she’s once again paired with Saif Ali Khan after Love Aaj Kal (2009) and Cocktail.
“Either two people have chemistry or they don’t. Thankfully, Saif and I do. I hope that it’s a hat-trick this time. I think we still look like a fresh pair. This time, our chemistry will come out differently because even though our characters talk and like each other, they have motives behind it,” she says. STORY INSIDE
WATCH: Race 2 theatrical trailer is out with a bang
Director duo Abbas-Mustan is back with the sequel of Race, which promises to have more action, more thrill and more heat. The trailer begins with Saif Ali Khan's monologue: "Badla jitna purana hota hai, utna hi khatarnak hota hai."
Saif Ali Khan, who also featured in the first installment, looks dashing in his lean and crisp look. John Abraham (the film's antagonist), flaunts his chiseled body, taking hotness quotient of the film to another level. READ MORE
Jacqueline Fernandez back in action for Race 2
After Katrina Kaif in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011) and Anushka Sharma in Jab Tak Hai Jaan, it’s now Jacqueline Fernandez’s turn to hop on a motorbike for her next film. The actor, who will be seen next in Abbas-Mustan’s Race 2, is performing her own stunts for the movie. Jacqueline, we’re told, will be involved in some power-packed action sequences and bike chases. MORE ON THIS
Race 2 to have international DJs?
Partygoers are always looking for that next dance number and Bollywood films seldom disappoint, since every release has a couple of such tracks on their albums. Now, the songs from Ramesh Taurani’s next action-thriller, Race 2, seem to have created a major buzz among dance music lovers as well. When the new single from the film, ‘There’s a party on my mind’, was released, little did Taurani know that it would be so popular. READ ON
(With inputs from Bollywood Hungama)