Thugs of Hindustan was the biggest offering of the year with Aamir Khan and Amithab Bachchan coming together. Even though it was a Diwali release from YRF, one of the biggest banners,e the film failed to leave a mark. While YRF managed to recover what they paid, the theatre owners have incurred losses. Thugs really proved that audiences will not spend money on a bad film, no matter whom it comes from. After a span of 3 weeks, the Indian cinema is going to witness another big project. One of the most anticipated movies in the Indian Film Industry. Yes, Tomorrow is the 2.0 Day.
Rajinikanth’s 2.0 is one of the most expensive films ever made in the history of cinema. 2.0 is reportedly made on a budget of over Rs. 500 crore. It is the sequel to 2010 film Enthiran. For the first time after 1995, Rajinikanth has two film releases in one year, and this make 2.0 more special. The releasing day of a Rajinikanth film in Tamil Nadu is a holiday in. Besides All these factors, the business of the movie will depends on the merit of its content. Look at Thugs. Whatever the craze remains huge, just like other Rajini Films. Amy Jackson is playing the Female lead. This is her second film with Shankar after ‘I’.
While Rajini played the role of both hero and antagonist in Enthiran, 2.0 is coming with Akshay Kumar as the antagonist. Initially, the role was offered to Arnold Schwarzenegger. As the contracts of Hollywood and India are contradictory, things didn’t go well. The role was later offered to many big names. But destiny was with Akshay Kumar. To get the look of Bird-like creature, a team of make-up artistes worked with him for three-and-a-half hours every day.
Whenever a Shankar’s Film arrives, the audience expects something big. The big names like AR Rahman also make the expectations huge. 2.0 was shot in 3D, rather than converting 2D format into 3D. As originally shot in 3D format, the whole theatre experience will be different. Visual Effects or VFX forms the heart of the movie. The trailer already created waves with Extreme visual effects and creative visualisation. According to the Reports More than 15 VFX companies worked on the film. Film also claims to have over 900 visual effects shots. Literally, The World will Change from Tomorrow!
Since there is no other big release, Shankar’s 2.0 has been the only talk of the town in last few days. According to the reports, this sci-fi film will release in over 10,500 screens across the globe. The pre-release business already earned Rs 370 crore. And if the merit of its content goes good, then all the collection records will be rewritten. Get Ready to witness the Visual Spectacle from Tomorrow!