Tum Bin 2 starring Neha Sharma, Aditya Seal and Aashim Gulati saw poor occupancy on the first day. The film saw around 8-10% occupancy during morning shows. This romantic drama has been made on a budget of Rs 12 crore. The film has some tough competition from John Abraham starrer Force 2. Tum Bin 2 is expected to collect Rs 3 crore on the first day.
Filmmakers confessed that demonetisation will have an impact on film’s box office collection. “The collections will be affected. The entire film industry is suffering because of it. And since I am no economist, I can’t say whether it is good or bad. But, it could have been better planned and prepared. Even my friends, who are otherwise economically stable, are calling me to ask for money. So, the rich have become poor,” said Anubhav Sinha during an interview with indianexpress.com.
The Indian Express Film critic Shubhra Gupta for wrote in the review, “Tum Bin 2 comes 15 years after the first one (Tum Bin), and is an instant throwback to the same space and similar plot-points: foreign locations, an accident, a guilt-ridden protagonist, and young love. Amar (Aashim Gulati) and Taran (Neha Sharma) love each other, and then something terrible happens, and he drops out of the picture. She grieves and mopes, along with Amar’s `papaji’ (Kanwaljit Singh) and her two sisters, and then one day the personable young Shekhar (Aditya Seal) turns up on their doorstep, and things start to change.”