The Rs 350 crore magnum opus, 2.0, written and directed by S. Shankar, co-written by B. Jeyamohan first look posters are released. Rajinikanth reprises the roles of Dr. Vaseegaran and Chitti, alongside Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson. “2.0 is created in 3D” says LycaProductions creative head Raju Mahalingam.
“I have a lot of respect for Rajinikanth. I came uninvited because I heard the event is happening in Mumbai” – Salman Khan
“Everyone wants to learn from Rajinikanth about how he wears glasses, coats, holds his cigarette” says Akshay Kumar
The commercial success of Enthiran (2010) prompted the makers of the film to immediately consider making a sequel, and it didn’t work at that time but now it is ready. The sequel to Endhiran is produced by Subaskaran Allirajah, Lyca Productions. Resul Pookutty revealed that the film will not serve as a sequel to Enthiran, rather a spiritual successor. During the function “A new sound technique is introducing in 2.0′ said Resul Pookutty
“The Master coming with a double bonanza… Next Diwali will be even louder! Can’t wait” tweeted S.S. Rajamouli about 2.0 and S. Shankar
Bollywood director Karan Johar emceed the event at Yash Raj Films studios in the presence of the entire cast of 2.o. The lead characters from the film is also unveiled in 3D at the event. The event is streamed on the Lyca Production YouTube channel and in Lyca mobile app on both Android and iOS platforms. In simple sentence we can say, there is no movie in Indian cinema have held an event on such a grand scale as this movie.
“If given a chance, I would have played Akshay Kumar’s character in the film. He is the real hero,” says Rajinikanth
2.0 first look bigger than our expectations and is spellbinding. “2 Point O is 10 times challenging than Enthiran. I have to wear 3d glasses while editing” says editor Anthony.
“2.0 Experience is Huge and Inspiring” Cinematographer Nirav Shah
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