One film that has made the entire nation wait for even more than ‘Padmaavat’ is the Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar starrer ‘2.0’. The makers have promised it to be the grandest and costliest film ever and first of its kind to be entirely shot in 3D. The shooting of the film has been finished months back but it’s the VFX and post-production work that is taking this long to get the film released. But seem like Shankar’s larger than life film will not hit the screens even in April. As the heavy VFX is yet to be done, the makers have decided to push the film to August.
This news has been confirmed by Surendhar MK while speaking exclusively with a leading portal. “The film will not release in April. The movie has been pushed by a few months. The makers are planning on a mid-August release” revealed Surendhar.
This is big news! 2.0, one of the most awaited sci-fi films, a spiritual successor to Enthiran, has been awaited by fans for the longest time. This is the third time the movie’s release date has been pushed. He further added, “When is 2.0 ever going to release’ is probably the question on everyone’s mind.”
Initially, the film was scheduled to release on Diwali last year, then the makers decided to lock 27th April 2018 as the final release date but now, it may get pushed further.
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