2.0 movie Story
2.0 is a Tamil action sci-fi movie direction by Shankar. The movie cast has Superstar Rajinikanth and Amy Jackson in the lead roles, while Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar does antagonist role. The first look of 2.0 had Chitti (Rajnikanth) and Dr. Richard (Akshay Kumar) going head to head each other and there is a subtitle in the center saying ” The world is not just for people”. This inscription can be legitimized in light of the fact that the look of Akshay’s part seems as though he is some sort of a shrewdness bird-man.
The movie story begins with an old man committing suicide on the top of mobile phone tower. The scientists Dr. Vaseegaran (Rajinikanth) introduce his Robot Vennila (Amy Jackson) to the Robotics students. Very soon, mobile phones in the city started flying away from the stores and from the people’s hand.
Vasigaran is called to investigate this case from government and Vasi starts to investigate the mystery behind the mobile phone fly away. Later, all missing mobile has become a giant bird and starts attacking the city, Vasigaran brings his robot Chitti. Now the ground is for Chitti versus giant bird. What is the behind the mobile phones missing? Who is the old man dies in the opening scene and what is the reason for his death? Are the rest of the story to be watched on the big screen.
Akshay Kumar Bollywood star joins hands with Shankar in 2.0, earlier it was said that international star Arnold Schwarzenegger to play the antagonist’s role. Dialogues written by Jayamohan, Editing handled by Antony, sound works handled by Oscar Award Winner Resul Pookutty.
Including the team of Transformers popular director Mr. Kenny Bates and VFX works managed by the people who worked for Life of Pi namely John Huges and Walt from Taufilms. Bollywood actor Sudhanshu Pandey made his south debut through Ajith Kumar’s Billa 2. Sudhanshu joins 2.0 set and he plays as son of Dr. Bohra. Lyca the production house announced the movie was budgeted for Rs 450 Crores, which is huge to Indian cinema. It is releasing in 3D also with the experts across the globe. Superstar Rajinikanth went to the US for a special make-up test for the ‘Enthiran’ in the first week of December.
2.0 movie Songs
Mechanical Sundariye by Armaan Malik, Shashaa Tirupati Here
Rakshassi by Blaaze, Kailash Kher, Nakash Aziz Here
Nanhi Si Jaan by Kailash Kher, A. R. Ameen, Suzanne D’Mello Here
2.0 movie Cast
Rajinikanth as Vaseegaran, Chitti, 2.0, and Kutti 3.0
Akshay Kumar as Pakshi Rajan
Amy Jackson as Nila
Sudhanshu Pandey as Dhinendra Bohra “Dhina”
Adil Hussain as Vijay Kumar, Home Minister
Dr K. Ganesh as Jeyanth Kumar
Anant Mahadevan as a scientist
Mayilsamy as Telecommunication Minister’s personal assistant
Kalabhavan Shajohn as Telecommunication Minister
2.0 movie REVIEW
Shankar’s visualization as well as the conceptualization of a never heard before kind of a story line in the most convincing way is definitely one among the strong points of 2.0. He weaves drama in to a science fiction tale by adding the necessary logical elements. Rajinikanth, the superstar once again proves why he is the ultimate crowd puller of Indian cinema. His screen presence is amazing and the energy with which he has portrayed the characters is unmatchable. Watch out for his portrayal of 2.0, which is sure to offer a big treat to the fans. Akshay Kumar gets to play a very meaty role, which has been well-etched.
The plot of 2.0 feels familiar; in fact too familiar. There is no mystery in the supernatural occurrences that we see on screen, and for the entire first half, we are forced to wait for the mandatory flashback involving Pakshirajan (Akshay Kumar), the ornithologist who is the old man who we saw at the start of the film. Rajinikanth digs into this role with his inimitable style and performs with relish. There is even a self-referential punchline that he utters after Nila tells him that he is no longer the No 1, that sends fans into a tizzy. Akshay Kumar is also a solid presence as the antagonist whose heart is in the right place.
For all the Superstar fans, there is plenty to rejoice. The quintessential Rajini moments in the form of action scenes and dialogues are abundant. In the pre-climax portions, the film reaches it’s peak with the reloaded 2.0 taking shape.We have Shankar’s typical touches of comedy and romance. But this time, they seem to be minimalized a lot. Akshay Kumar proves himself to be a wonderful performer time and again. His role in 2.0 is the central character around whom the conflict is based.
2.0 box office
Akshay Kumar’s presence in the film will pull people to theaters in the Hindi belt as well. Johar suggested, “A strong villain always pulls audience as they get involved in the film and start connecting to the hero because of the villain. So, Akshay’s villainous avatar in 2.0 is definitely something which cinephiles are looking forward to. Also, his popularity in the Hindi speaking belt will help the sci-fi film mint money at the box office. It has the potential of becoming Akshay’s non-holiday highest opener.”