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Was Race 2 a hit or flop?

Was Race 2 a hit or flop?

India Box Office Collection

Movie Name Release Date Verdict
Race 2 25 Jan 2013 Semi-Hit
Cocktail 13 Jul 2012 Semi-Hit
Agent Vinod 23 Mar 2012 Flop
Aarakshan 12 Aug 2011 Flop

Who died in Race 2?

Race 2 (2013) After his beloved wife, Sonia (Bipasha Basu) is killed by a henchmen, Ranvir Singh (Saif Ali Khan) vows to avenge her death. Ranvir learns that a billionaire businessman, Arman Malik (John Abraham) is behind the death of Sonia.

How is Saif Ali Khan so rich?

The major part of his earnings comes from brand endorsements, movies and also personal investments. Saif is also the 10th Nawab of the former princely state of Pataudi. As a producer, Saif Ali Khan also takes home the profit share from his movies apart from his acting fees.

Why did race 2 do well at the box office?

Subscribe to BOTY Box Office Updates. Race 2 got an excellent start at the box office due to the popularity of its first part, Race. Being a franchise film, a lot of hype was created by film’ trailer and poster before its release. It opened well and earned an outstanding amount over the first weekend.

How much money did race 2 make in its lifetime?

However, the film witnessed a fall in its third week and managed to earn near ₹94 crores in its lifetime. Race 2 also made a huge collection in the overseas and easily collected over Rs. 160 crores all over the world.

When was the release date of Race 2?

Made on a budget of ₹94 crore, Race 2 was released on 25 January 2013 and opened to mixed-to-positive reviews from critics, with praise for its mind blowing story, mass dialogue, exotic locations, luxury cars, action sequences, music, background track and performance of cast, though the screenplay was criticized.

Who are the main characters in Race 2?

Race 2 1 Plot. The story continues from the previous film . 2 Cast. John Abraham as Armaan Malik – Aleena’s Brother; Omisha’s Boyfriend; Sonia’s Main Killer; Main Antagonist. 3 Production. 4 Soundtrack. 5 Reception. 6 Release. 7 Critical reception. 8 Box office. 9 Reboot. 10 Notes.