Akshay Kumar is all set to explore the Sci-Fi genre with his forthcoming mega movie 2.0, which is fast gaining frenzy of fans. Now the actor unveils the making video and hard work that went into making his evil avatar, which he calls a “Technological Wonder”.
Akshay Kumar will be seen playing the role of Dr. Richard, who is an evil force made out of mobile instruments and is on a mission to annihilate the human race. Actor’s make up and outfit are sheer hard work and brilliance.
He took to his social media and dropped the making video. He captioned it, “My look in #2Point0 is nothing short of a technological wonder! Watch to know how it was brought to life. @2Point0Movie @shankarshanmugh @DharmaMovies @LycaProductions #2Point0FromNov29”
Here’s the video:
My look in #2Point0 is nothing short of a technological wonder! Watch to know how it was brought to life.@2Point0Movie @shankarshanmugh @DharmaMovies @LycaProductions #2Point0FromNov29 pic.twitter.com/NfUfUPb2L1
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) November 16, 2018
Hours of prosthetic work, make up, outfit and one brilliant performance of a leading hero into a main protagonist is definitely sheer brilliance and technological wonder as the actor will be seen in different evil looks in the film.
The forthcoming sequel is visual busy, it is been said that the during the shoot at the studios, the visual effects designer Srinivas Mohan digitally converted a green screen sequence into locations including the Red Fort and the Parliament from Delhi after the team were unable to secure shooting permission.
2.0 is written and directed by S. Shankar, co-written by B. Jeyamohan, and produced by A. Subaskaran. The film serves as a spiritual successor to the 2010 Tamil film Enthiran, and features Rajinikanth reprising the roles of Dr. Vaseegaran and Chitti, alongside Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson.
With an estimated budget of 500 crore, it is the most expensive Indian film made to date. The film is shot in Tamil and Hindi language and will be released in 14 other languages with dubbed versions.
The film is set for a worldwide theatrical release on 29 November 2018.