We are just a day away from the release of India's biggest film, 2.0, and the hysteria on social about this Rajinikanth-starrer has reached another level. Directed by Shankar, 2.0 is said to have enormous amount of graphics in the 3D format, making it the first ever movie in the history of Indian cinema to have been made on such a large scale. However, not many know what went into the making of 2.0 and the kind of preparations the makers had to do. Director Shankar had revealed during the trailer launch of 2.0 that the film had to be edited three times by editor Antony to arrive at the final product. First was the pre-visualisation, second was the before-VFX cut and the final one was after the VFX was induced into the footage. And revealing more about the film, actress Amy Jackson posted a video on her Instagram page which revealed how the action sequences of 2.0 were made.
"Before we started filming for 2.0, some of the best action choreographers flew into to Chennai to begin stunt prep. This is from our first practice session! [sic]" wrote Amy in her Instagram post along with the video. Amy is seen practicing her stunts under extreme supervision of experts and these were just the rehearsals of the stunts. This video has only raised our expectations from 2.0 and has taken the buzz around the film to the next level.
Watch the video right here…
2.0 also stars Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar as the antagonist and this will be his debut film in Tamil cinema. The movie will also have a simultaneous release in Telugu and Hindi and will hit the big screens worldwide on November 29, 2018.
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