Superstar Rajinikanth bash up a hundred villains in Kabali without any help. The film made his fans go insane and crazy. One year from now, he will confront a solid villain as Bollywood hunk Akshay Kumar. This is about Enthiran 2.0. It has superstar Rajinikanth as a scientist and Amy Jackson is his love interest. It likewise marks the introduction of Akshay Kumar as a villain in South Movies.
Famous stunt choreographer Stunt Silva uncovered that the climax and battle groupings of Enthiran 2.0 have as of now been shot. The film is relied upon to hit the screens in April 2017 and everybody is damn excited about it. Stunt Silva imparts an incredible compatibility to movie producer Shankar Shanmugham and superstar Rajinikanth. He has worked as a body double for Rajinikanth in Sivaji (2007). In the interview, he revealed that Shankar is his mentor and Godfather in the industry.
— Amy Jackson (@iamAmyJackson) September 27, 2016
Rajinikanth has started shooting for the film after a break of two months. He was having health issues. In fact, he is all set to shoot for a song with Amy Jackson. The Brit beauty Amy Jackson additionally affirmed it in a tweet. Shankar is known to shoot songs first but his modus operandi is different this time round.
My beautiful little retreat whilst shooting for Robot 2.0 in the Tamilnadu villages pic.twitter.com/IJZE2jQMLv
— Amy Jackson (@iamAmyJackson) October 1, 2016
Actress Aishwarya Rai was the female lead in the first part Robot, this time Shankar restricted in Theri on-screen character Amy Jackson who is very well known down South. Bollywood on-screen character Akshay Kumar will playthe antagonist. He plays Dr Richard who transforms into a crow as an aftereffect of a wrong experiment. In this spin-off Rajinikanth will make a thundering rebound as Vaseegaran, the robotics scientist.
The makers and technicians have confirmed that it is not a sequel to Robot. Resul Pookutty told a portal much earlier, “Folks who have already seen Enthiran, might relate to this story more but there’s no chance that people who haven’t, will not be able to make sense of the present story.”