Tamil film audience loved and appreciated director Shankar‘s Enthiran (2010) that starred Rajinikanth in the lead. Not just Kollywood, the film received nation-wide acclaim as well. Now all eyes are on the sequel of the movie. Produced by Lyca productions, it might very well be the most expensive film to have ever been made in the history of Indian cinema. The makers will also be looking at the possibility of taking the film to International markets like China and Korea. The film stars Superstar Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson in the lead. We bring you some latest developments about this much-awaited film:
1. If you’re a fan of director Shankar’s films, you know how visually stunning the songs in his films are. The grandeur and the extravagant sets make it an amazing watch. The latest we hear is that 2.0 will feature only one song in the film. The filmmaker wishes to focus on shooting the heavy stunt sequences featuring two big stars – Superstar and Khiladi Kumar.
2. Speaking of action stunts, the makers have decided to film an important action sequence in a cricket stadium in Delhi. It is reported that the entire cast of 2.0, along with the VFX team, will be in Delhi during the month of March. The team will be shooting an action sequence with heavy robotic equipment and big vehicles in one of the largest cricket stadiums in India. It is said to be the continuation of an important fight sequence that was filmed in Chennai recently.
3. It was previously reported that the film’s leading lady Amy Jackson would portray the role of a robot. However, that isn’t the case anymore. The actress revealed in a recent interview that her role is a challenging one, and no, she won’t be playing the role of a robot.
4. Earlier, it was reported that stunt choreographer Kenny Bates, who has directed action sequences of Die Hard and Transformers, joined the team of 2.0. A recent news tells us that stunt director Aaron Crippen, known for working in the popular film The Dark Knight has joined the crew. Now, that’s something!
Would you like to know more about 2.0? Watch this space for more.