Rajinikanth’s 2.0 teaser leaked
In any case Kaala and now 2.0, the online pranksters are in all likelihood giving exceptional time to virtuoso Rajinikanth. Quite recently, Kaala’s teaser was leaked online before its official launch. Now, hazy footage from the magnum opus 2.0 has been leaked online.
The teaser of the film ‘2.0’ was planned to be released in the upcoming weeks. Be that as it may, the teaser was leaked online on Sunday itself, which is going viral on social media.
A large portion of the fans don’t appear to be exceptionally satisfied in the wake of giving a watching the leaked trailer. Some of them are notwithstanding asking for others to not watch it, while others say their excitement has been killed. In any case, it’s past the point where it is possible to stop the general population to get a look at the leaked teaser.
The reports come days after Thalaivar’s Kaala movies’ teaser was moreover leaked online days before the official release. The spilled trailer had put the creators in a fix and had relinquished them with no chance to sweat over the damage caused. So the makers chose to release it sooner than the booked date.
In any case, the motion picture 2.0 featuring Akshay Kumar likewise in the film can’t be release sooner than the planned dates on the grounds that the VFX for the film has not been finished yet. It is simply after the consummation of these illustrations and last video cut we can expect the official trailer. The motion picture was planned to hit the silver screen on 27th April 2018.
The movie 2.0 marks superstar Akshay Kumar’s debut in the South Indian Cinema. Akshay Kumar is playing the part of a foe in the motion picture which is apparently the sequel of Rajinikanth’s Endhiran
The film additionally stars the Amy Jackson who can be seen assuming the part of a robot like Rajinikanth in the motion picture.
The movie is directed by Shankar and the music is composed by AR Rahman.
Rajnikanth’s film is made is made at a budget of over Rs 400 crore, 2.0 is India’s most costly film up until this point.