Chandramukhi 2 is a sequel to the 2005 Tamil horror-comedy 'Chandramukhi,' which featured Rajinikanth and Jyotika in the lead roles.
The Tamil horror-comedy Chandramukhi 2 starring Kangana Ranaut and Raghava Lawrence was released in theaters on September 28. The Hindi and Telugu version of the movie is a continuation of Rajinikanth and Jyothika's Chandramukhi from 2005. The movie brought in Rs 7.5 crore in its first day at the box office, including all languages, according to industry tracker Sacnilk.
Chandramukhi 2 succeeded to get Tamil moviegoers to theaters, and the P Vasu-directed film experienced a 51.90 percent occupancy rate on Thursday in the region, according to reports. The film had a 42.65 percent occupancy in Telugu-speaking areas, but just 12.77 percent in Hindi-speaking states, where it debuted poorly.
Chandramukhi 2 Vs The Vaccine War Vs Fukrey 3
The Vaccine War, directed by Vivek Agnihotri, and Fukrey 3, starring Pulkit Samrat, Varun Sharma, Pankaj Tripathi, Manjot Singh, and Richa Chadha, were released with Kangana Ranaut's starrer Chandramukhi 2. While The Vaccine War collected only Rs. 1.3 crore at the ticket window, Fukrey 3 earned Rs. 8.5 crore on its first day.
About Chandramukhi 2
In the film, Kangana plays a dancer in the king's court and is famous for her beauty and dancing prowess, while Raghava Lawrence plays King Vettaiyan Raja. The premise of the movie centers on a family moving into a lavish estate. It is made very plain to them that they are not to enter the south block, also known as Chandramukhi's apartments.
Additionally, Lakshmi Menon, Vadivelu, Srushti Dange, and Raadhika Sarathkumar have significant parts in Chandramukhi 2. The film's release was postponed to September 28 due to technical issues from its original September 15 release date.
OTTplay’s review of Fukrey 3 reads: "Those who loved Chandramukhi are unlikely to get entertained with the sequel. But if you are someone who does not bother relishing horror comedies made in the same fashion over the years, you might not regret watching it."