‘2.0’ delivers global message, says Akshay Kumar


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Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar says his up and coming film ‘2.0’ endeavors to pass on a worldwide message on environmental change.

“There is a minute in the story that accentuates the other living animals on planet earth. It says that the planet has a place with humankind as well as to creatures and feathered creatures,” said the ‘Padman’ performer amid a media communication Monday.

“In spite of the fact that creatures and plants can’t raise their voice against people, they have the privilege to live. So don’t ruin the unstoppable force of life,” he said.

The movie is a continuation of ‘Enthirana’ discharged in 2010 and composed and coordinated by S Shankar. It highlighted Rajnikanth and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.

Akshay is working with Shankar out of the blue. “We used to talk in Marathi on the sets and we used to appreciate that. Shankar is a splendid chief to work with and he is an exceptionally modest man. It was so fascinating to perceive how he would include a characteristic of excitement in any or each exchange of our every day discussion.”

“He is an exceptionally proficient individual. He described me the entire story, the screenplay and I knew each character of the film from the earliest starting point. I was awed by the idea and asked why no one has investigated the subject up until now,” said Akshay

The film that supposedly had a financial plan of Rs 543 crore is viewed as the most costly film of India made in 3D.

The on-screen character encourages the gathering of people to watch the film in 3D at the theater.

“This film isn’t changed over into a 3D film in the wake of shooting, yet initially shot in 3D organize and along these lines the entire experience was diverse for us. It will be a remarkable affair for the group of onlookers too,” said the on-screen character.

The trailer of the film was discharged November 3.

Inquired as to whether the broad utilization of innovation would overwhelm the center story of the film, Akshay stated, “I don’t think so. I would preferably say that the utilization of innovation has upgraded the portrayal. The worldwide message of the film goes over perfectly clear.”

‘2.0’ is discharging November 29.


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