2.0: Five facts about Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar's big-budget movie

2.0 which is the second part of the hit flick Robot starring Rajinikanth is releasing on 29 November, 2018 across the world.

With an estimated budget of Rs 543 crore (60 million pounds), "2.0" is the most expensive Indian Film made to date. The film is shot in Tamil and will be released in 14 other languages with dubbed versions on 29 November 2018.


Rajni will be enacting five roles and Akshay Kumar in 12 roles

Rajnikant is going to play five different roles in the flick - A Robot, a scientist, two dwarfs and an evil man. In this film, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar is playing 12 different roles and in one of the roles he plays a demon character. It is said that the makeup for the character took three hours to complete and Akshay had to come early to the sets.


Amy Jackson plays the female lead in '2.0'

The female lead is played by Amy Jackson who had earlier worked with the Director of “2.0” in “I”. It is not clear what type of character is being enacted by Amy, but sources say that looking at a poster released in Dubai, it seems that she is a Robot. Who knows we can see a romance developing between the Robots - Chitty and Amy.


Heavy security enforced to prevent any leaks

A tight security regimen is being enforced to avoid any leaks about the flick. The workers have been bound under oath of secrecy, and no one is allowed to take their smartphones to work. In spite of all these measures, a picture of Akshay Kumar in the flick has leaked on the web.


'2.0' has music by Oscar winning music director AR Rahman

A. R. Rahman composed the music of the film. The original Tamil soundtrack has Hindi and Telugu dubbed versions. The film includes three songs; the song "Pullinangal" was released on November 6, 2018.


First Indian Film which has been shot with 3D cameras

2.0 is the first Indian film which has been entirely shot with 3D cameras. All the other 3D movies were first shot in 2D and then with the help of computer graphics, converted into 3D.

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