Tum Bin 2 comes 15 years after the first one and is an instant throwback to the prequel which released way back in 2002. The film gives the audience the same space with similar plot lines in foreign locations while involving an accident, a guilt-ridden protagonist, and a young love.
Whether it is demonetisation or simply lack of good storyline that failed to get numbers at the box office, it is hard to tell. While supporting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s move, Bollywood personalities have claimed that because of this move films are unable to gain good numbers at the box office.
If that is the case, we wonder how come the Marvel release of Dr Strange is facing no issues at the ticket counters. The Hollywood film continues to stay strong after collecting Rs. 6.75 crore in its week 2, taking its total to Rs. 21.98 crore nett. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh informed in his tweet.
As for Tum Bin 2 starring Neha Sharma, Aditya Seal and Aashim Gulati the film saw poor occupancy on the first day.
This romantic drama has been made at a budget of Rs 12 crore. The film has some tough competition from John Abraham-starrer Force 2 and Farhan Akhtar’s Rock On 2 while competing with Hollywood films like JK Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them and Marvel’s Doctor Strange.