Kaappaan Chennai Box Office Collection Day 2: Suriya and Mohanlal's Action-Thriller Rakes In Rs 1.91 Crore
Suriya and Mohanlal in Kaappaan. (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Suriya and Mohanlal's latest offering Kaappaan, which was released on Friday (September 20), has been successful in making an excellent start at the box office. As per film business analysts, Suriya's Kaappaan is receiving praise from critics as well as movie-goers. The KV Anand-directorial had grossed Rs 89 lakh on its opening day, thereby shattering the first-day collection of Ajith Kumar's Viswasam, which earned Rs 88 lakh. However, the film failed to beat the opening-day record of Nerkonda Paarvai. On Day 2 (Saturday), the film earned Rs 1.02 crore, thus, taking its total collection (in the Chennai city) to Rs 1.91 crore in two days. Kaappaan Movie Review: It’s A Thumbs Down from Critics for Mohanlal – Suriya’s Action Drama

On Sunday (September 22), Entertainment Industry Tracker Ramesh Bala took to the micro-blogging site to share the total box-office collections and wrote, "#Kaappaan rocks the #Chennai City Box office on Day 2.. Grosses ₹ 1.02 Crs.. Taking the 2-days total to ₹ 1.91 Crs.. Another ₹ 1 Cr+ on the cards for Sunday.."

Helmed by KV Anand, Kaappaan revolves around the relationship shared between Mohanlal and Suriya's characters. While Mohanlal will be seen in the role of a prime minister of the country named Chandrakanth Varma, Suriya plays the role of a first-rank SPG (Special Protection Group) officer in the film. Kaappaan Movie Review: Suriya-Mohanlal’s Action Thriller Is a Blockbuster, Say Twitterati

Bankrolled by Lyca Productions, the film has an ensemble star cast which includes Mohanlal, Suriya, Arya, Sayyeshaa, Boman Irani and Chirag Jani in prominent roles. Superstar Rajinikanth was seen at the event with the leading stars of this film. Stay tuned to this space for more updates! Kaappaan: Mohanlal Begins Dubbing in Tamil for His Role in This Suriya Starrer (View Pic)

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Kaappaan, earlier this month, had faced charges of plagiarism. Yes, film writer John Charles had accused filmmaker KV Anand of plagiarising his script called Saravedi, in a petition filed by him Charles also demanded the production house to pay the copyright fee and give him the credit for the story. However, all the charges against Kaappaan were dismissed by Madras High Court and it managed to get a smooth release. Stay tuned!