BOTY Score
65
User Score
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Total Votes: 180
Release Date
26 April, 2013
Director
Budget
9 crores
Box Office India
81 crores
Box Office Worldwide
109 crores
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Synopsis

This movie portrays how addiction to alcoholism affects a singer badly where he loses all his fame and fans. He falls in love with a small time singer and decides to turn her destiny by training her and making her shine in the world of singers. Will her power of love overcome his addiction to alcohol and help him rise once again?

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Detailed Box Office Collections

First Day 5.11 crores
Saturday 5.88 crores
Sunday 6.91 crores
First Weekend 17.90 crores
Monday 4.25 crores
Tuesday 4.10 crores
First Week 34.71 crores
Second Week 17.40 crores
Third Week 11.48 crores
Lifetime India (net) 81 crores
Worldwide Gross 109 crores
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Movie Reception

Aashiqui 2 Movie opened decently at the box office. The collections were not high initially, but the film managed to hold up very well. The music of the film was a big success and it was responsible for driving people to the theaters on the first day.

Aashiqui 2 songs were a hit much before the film released. In fact, the film generated a lot of revenue from its music as well. The film maintained the quality of music which was in Rahul Roy's Aashiqui 1.

The film received many positive reviews from the critics as well. The acceptance from the Audience was also very high. People really appreciated the pairing of Aditya Roy Kapoor and Sharddha Kapoor.

With the first day of around Rs. 5 crores, the film managed to show small jumps over the weekend, and it held up really well on the weekdays. The drop on Monday was very less and the trend continued until the end of the week.

The film settled at Rs. 34.71 crores for the first week, which wasn't even half of its total box office of Rs. 81 crores in India. This was due to the fact that Aashiqui 2 performed exceptionally well in Week 2,3 and 4.

 

Fun Facts & Triva

  • Sushant Singh Rajput was first offered the role of Rahul, which was ultimately played by Aditya Roy Kapoor.
  • This movie is inspired by a 1936 Hollywood Movie - A Star is Born
  • Aditya came on the set drunk to look more convincing for his scene, where he was supposed to act drunk.

Official Trailer