“Climax scene of 2.0 is Tremendous”, says AR Rahman about Rajinikanth – Akshay Kumar’s movieAugust 4, 2018
AR Rahman is a busy man. When he’s not working his upcoming web-series, on his film 99 songs and collaborating with Hollywood star Will Smith, he’s chatting up a storm in his uncommon interviews. The Academy Award-winning music composer was interviewed by Rajeev Masand for CNN-IBN, Recently. In the conversation, A.R Rahman gave a completely short hint about what to expect from 2.0.
2.0 stars Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar in lead roles and it has been in post-production for a very long time now. It has missed a few launch dates already, however, is now all set to hit the theatres on November 29, this Year. Speaking concerning the director, Shankar, AR Rahman mentioned in his interview, “What’s good about S.Shankar is this venture, he’s the right man. Everybody else would have damaged by now. He’s like an iron man held on to it saying “I won’t compromise. I need this high quality. It’s in 3D, I simply watched one song. No CG on it…mindblowing. Only this man can do that. And there’s an entire climax scene, which is tremendous,”
“And for an Indian to think like that we’re blessed to have [him]. And, in fact, movie star [Rajinikanth] and Akshay Kumar ji,” AR Rahman added.
Talking about the brand new development, the producers of 2.0 are planning to launch the teaser of the movie on August 15 during the Independence Day. Interestingly, Akshay’s Gold is also hitting the big-screens on the same date, so we are able to expect a wide reach of the teaser among the film buffs. Being the most expensive Indian movie, that’s made on the huge budget of over Rs four hundred crores, the stakes have in no way been higher at the box office.
2.O Hands down wins 1 award already – the ‘Most Looked Forward To movie of the Year’ award if there was one. The anticipation is so high because it’s a sequel to Robot(2010). Rajinikanth as Chitti has turn out to be everybody’s favourite. So as to add to the thrill, 2.0 has Akshay Kumar taking part in the villain’s role.