Kamal Hassan is back to Bollywood after a gap of 5 years with his biggest release Vishwaroop 2, sequel to Vishwaroop, and it promises to bring in more action, twist and drama to the audience
Vishwaroop was made on a budget of Rs 95 crore and it earned over Rs 220 crore worldwide while it did well Tamil Nadu where it ran for more than a month. The Hindi version of Vishwaroop also did well and contributed to the success. While it took 5 years to release the sequel, Kamal Hassan is leaving no stone unturned for this one. The Hindustani actor is appearing on various TV shows including Salman Khan’s Dus Ka Dum and Indian Idol to promote his film. The star cast looks good with Rahul Bose reviving his role as Omar while Shekhar Kapur will be playing Col. Jaganaathan. The trailer looked promising and few action sequence that should be eye-catching.
The good news for Vishwaroop 2 is that it is the only film which is releasing tomorrow until it has to fight the battle from 15th August on Independence Day with John Abraham’s Satyamev Jayate and Akshay Kumar’s Gold. From the box office perspective, we think that the Hindi version of Vishwaroop 2 should begin with Rs 2-3 crores on its first day and will entirely depend on the strong word-of-mouth to make any impact at the box office.