Bobby Simha’s ‘Ko 2’ Collects Rs. 4.1 Crore In Its First Weekend

    Bobby Simha’s ‘Ko 2’ Collects Rs. 4.1 Crore In Its First Weekend

    Bobby Simha’s ‘Ko 2’ Collects Rs. 4.1 Crore In Its First Weekend

    Bobby Simha’s recent release ‘Ko 2’ has got a great response from the audiences. The film released on May 13 and is doing a splendid business at the box office.  It has already been declared as a hit by the audiences and critics as well.



    A film trade analyst said that the political season has worked in favour of the Sarath directorial, which has grossed Rs. 4.1 crore in its first weekend. He said, "In its opening weekend in Tamil Nadu, the film netted Rs 4.1 crore and has already been adjudged a hit. The political season in the state has worked really well in the film's favour".



    The flick is based on Telugu political thriller ‘Pratinidhi’ and revolves around the kidnapping of a chief minister by a common man. Reports suggested that Nassar’s wife Kameela was not happy with the limited screen space of the actor. However, the director of the flick Sarath came forward and cleared that her tweet was misinterpreted. He added that a person of his stature could have pulled off the role.



    Bobby Simha’s ‘Ko 2’ Collects Rs. 4.1 Crore In Its First Weekend

    Source: deccanchronicle.com