Ko 2 Film 7th Day (First Week) Collection Box Office Kamai Report

Ko 2 Film 7th Day (First Week) Collection Box Office Kamai Report :- Tollywood movie Ko 2 which is the sequel to the 2011 film of the same name is getting everyone attention right now as the Sarath Mandava directorial has managed to earn a fabulous amount of money on the opening 6 days of its release. The trio of Prakash Raj, Nikki Galrani and Bobby Simha has done wonders for this flick.


A man, Bobby Simha kidnaps Chief Minister Yogeeswaran Prakash Raj and demands the police to make the government give him his withdrawaled money, which the bank tor and a few cents that a medical shop had to give. When the Chief Minister asks about his motive, Kumaran narrates his story. During the same time, State Minister’s son Bala Saravanan is found unconscious by the police and when he is woken, narrates his story of Kumaran. In Bala’s story, he and Kumaran become friends, but are shocked to see that they both love the same girl Nikki Galrani. In Kumaran’s story, he explains how Kumaraswamy Nassar, the man who sponsored Kumaran was killed by a politician. The rest of the story reveals who killed Kumarasamy, and why.

Ko 2 movie complete star cast vincludes the following characters :

Bobby Simha as Kumaran

Prakash Raj as Yogeeswaran, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu

Nikki Galrani as Priya Dharshini

Bala Saravanan as the son of a state minister and friend of Kumaran

Ilavarasu as Home Minister

John Vijay as Inspector

Karunakaran as Kumaran

Bharath Reddy


Crane Manohar

Nassar as Kumara swamy


Below are the earning figures of Ko 2 movie 1st week biz that it has collected from Indian box office checkout :

Ko 2 Seventh Day Collection – Rs 1.15 Crore (approx)

Ko 2 1st Week Collection – Rs 32.40 Crore (approx)

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