Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar starrer '2.0' is one of the most awaited films of the year. After several delays, the film finally has a release date. The film by S.Shankar is slated to release on November 29. The filming of '2.0' had begun in 2015 and over the years the film has been in the news for several reasons. This time a behind-the-scenes video from the film has been doing the rounds on the internet.
The video in question was filmed by BBC. The video mainly focuses on the female lead played by Amy Jackson and the song sequence she is seen shooting for. It is revealed in the video that '2.0' is the first Indian film that made use of a 3D camera. It also said that many Hollywood technicians were brought on board for the film. There were small interviews being conducted with the technicians and the actress, in between the shots.
Ray Hannisian, a 3D stereographer is heard saying that he does not mean to disparage Hollywood, but working in this film has been much more fun than Hollywood. He also mentioned that having worked with these precise cameras, his dream has come true after 50 years.
Amy Jackson is seen in a robotic suit and is shooting for a dance sequence, which is being choreographed by Bosco. The two are seen sharing a light moment, with Amy crediting Bosco for the dance sequence. She also appreciated the Indian cinema saying that everything is possible here and they always have a solution for any and all problems.
The video also shows glimpses of Rajinikanth and director S. Shankar. They do not speak in the video, but the visuals have definitely piqued the interest of the audience. Towards the end of the video, a black structure in the shape of a whale tail is seen forming mid-air and this has also got the fans excited.
Akshay Kumar plays the antagonist in the film and this is the first time the two stars are getting together on screen. Both the actors have a huge fan following and we can only begin to imagine how huge this film is going to be. The film is a sequel to the 2010 film 'Enthiran'(Tamil) or 'Robot' in Hindi. The first part was led by Aishwarya Rai and Rajinikanth. The 'Kabali' actor was seen in a dual role in the film -as a scientist and a robot.
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