Akshay Kumar really hates cellphones in the 2.0 trailer

Bessie Dean
November 5, 2018

For the first time, Bollywood star Akshay Kumar has made debut in Tamil films and that too with superstar Rajinikanth. The trailer, launched in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi, has taken everyone by storm and fans are eagerly waiting to see if the film will live up to all the hype.

The trailer starts with introducing Akshay's character, crow man, who is seen taking away everyone's mobile phones.

Rahman's pulsating score, Nirav Shah's crystal clear visuals and grandiose sets by art director Muthuraj are also evident in the trailer. Like we have Transformers trailer, there will a lot of tender moments before the hot-blooded fights come up. The producers even unveiled posters to pique anticipation and it worked while reminding us that over Rs 600 crore has been spent on the VFX in the film making it the most expensive Indian project till date. Though I watched the trailer in 2D, there are so many sequences in the 2-minute trailer which have the 3D effect. "The amount of technology used in the film will definitely be appreciated", he said in the video.

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An epic moment from the trailer is when Chitti says: "I will put your screens on fire" and begins to shoot at the screen. And knowing Shankar, the film would be a science fiction film with an extremely commercial and relatable storyline.

The most awaited trailer of 2.0 has finally arrived in style and the quality of the visuals and the grandeur in the production has left most of the audience awestruck.

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