S Shankar's dream project, Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar starrer 2.0 is finally here. The trailer was delayed many times, citing the post-production reason. Now that the trailer is here, we totally understand why it took so much of time to get it on the silver screen. After a star-studded extravagant trailer launch event, the trailer was released and the response to it on Twitter is not something that the makers might have expected. 2.0 Trailer: 7 Standout Moments in Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson's Sci-fi Action Thriller Promo That You Should Watch Out For!.
The trailer has VFX loaded in it making it look larger than life. But then, the presence of stars Rajinikanth, Akki and Amy are just enough for the trailer. Well, that's what the audience feels. The fans had complained about Akshay Kumar's less screen appearance but this one offers more. However, as he plays the villainous birdman in the flick, there was truly no scope of showing his acting skills and his VFX version did the part for him. Check out what the fans have to say.
Fans Pour Questions Like
Rajni sir love u ,but bhaisahab koi batayega hai kya ye ? #2Point0Trailer
— AasifSultan (@AasifOO7) November 3, 2018
Kind of disappointed with #2Point0Trailer 👎
With a budget of 550 cr , the makers could have done much more.
— Siddharth Jha (@jha_siddhus91) November 3, 2018
And the comparison between 2 point 0 and TOH continues...
— Rajiv B Menon (@crypticrajiv) November 3, 2018
Trailer or Game?
— Utkarsh Shukla (@iamutkarshs) November 3, 2018
That Bullet Shot though!
LMAOOO Akki. BGM the only better thing about it. What was that last shot? 😂😂😂 #2Point0Trailer
— Sana (@SanaAfsal) November 3, 2018
Early review may be!
#2Point0Trailer is a feast of special effects never before seen in the Indian film Industry but you need a good story as well. No we don't need a desi #AvengersInfinityWar My gut feeling=> @akshaykumar will take away all the acting honours! @shankarshanmugh #Rajinikanth
— sunand nr (@sunandnr) November 3, 2018
At the trailer launch, the action Kumar said, "It was a very challenging role and it took a toll on my body. But the pain and sacrifice were worth it. My character required around 4 hours of prosthetic make-up and another hour and a half to remove it. In my whole career, I've never put so much of make-up." Well, we congratulate the team of 2 Point 0 for bringing to the table the costliest Indian movie ever and hope that the movie receives all the love that it did not for the trailer.