Fans who are eagerly waiting to watch Southern superstar Rajinikanth in his upcoming film 2.0, has a reason to rejoice now. As the makers have planned to treat his fans with a trailer of the upcoming film and that too on Rajinikanth’s birthday. Earlier the film was expected to hit the screens on Diwali this year, however, the makers have pushed its release to January next year leaving his fans disappointed.
The latest buzz has it that the makers of the film have planned an interesting promotional strategy for the upcoming sci-fi. According to an entertainment website, a source revealed: “The film was meant to release during Diwali this year, but they had to push it to next year because of the extensive VFX. But now, the team will unveil the first teaser promo and reveal the look of 2.0 on Diwali. Akshay and Rajini want this to be a gift to their fans, who are disappointed by the film’s delay.”
Not only a teaser but a full-fledged trailer of the film is also expected to release on December 12, which also marks the Thalaiva’s Birthday. Needless to say, his Birthday and films are celebrated like festivals among his fans and followers. So, as the trailer is going to release on his birthday it won’t be wrong to say that it will be a perfect return gift to his fans from the man himself.
Meanwhile, there is a high expectation of 2.o to take the Baahubali 2 legacy forward. Trade analyst is also expecting the film to be one of the biggest blockbusters of 2018. Explaining their stands, a source from the trade informed: “2.0 makers wanted over Rs 100 crore. But the distributors weren’t too keen on paying the exorbitant amount because that would make the film risky. “After several rounds of negotiations, the deal is almost closed now. The 2.0 team has agreed to sell their Hindi theatrical rights for Rs 80 crore”.
The film is a sequel to 2010 released Enthiran. Apart from Rajinikanth, it also features Akshay Kumar in a pivotal role.
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