2.0 Behind-The-Scenes: Witness Akshay Kumar And Rajinikanth’s Dramatic Face Off As Chitti & Crowman
This viral behind-the-scenes video of Akshay Kumar-Rajinikanth-Amy Jackson starrer 2.0 will give you a glimpse of how their characters come to life. It also has an epic face off sequence between Rajini and Akki, that you absolutely cannot miss
After unveiling the trailer of Akshay Kumar-Rajinikanth-Amy Jackson starrer 2.0, the makers have now dropped a making video of the film, online. The behind-the-scenes video shows the making of Akshay’s character, Rajinikanth’s character, and how many creative minds are behind the making of this sci-fi extravaganza. The BTS video goes on to explain the extent of special and visual effects involved in this ambitious movie, i.e, 25 VFS studios worldwide, 2150 VFX shots, 1000 VFX artist, Native 3D, Animatronics, 1300 pre-viz shots, 1000 complex VFZ shots, V-Cam technology.
The video features Chitti, the robot, played by Rajinikanth and the Crowman, played by Akshay Kumar. The two are set to have an epic battle sorts. Apart from the huge VFX team, the project is being handled by 10 concept artists, 25 3D designers, 500 craftsmen and is being directed by 4 renowned directors. Check out the behind the scenes video below:
Reportedly, the VFX work had cost Rs 550 crore. 2.0 which is produced by Subaskaran Allirajah, written and directed by S. Shankar, is also touted to be India's First 75 Million Dollar VFX Wonder. 2.0 will release in Tamil and Hindi, will be and dubbed releases in 13 other languages. It will have A R Rahman’s music and will hit the theatres on November 29.
Talking about the 2.0 teaser, netizens had slammed the makers for using more VFX and less Akshay Kumar. A user wrote, “My honest question to everyone. Donn know abt VFX. but where is Akshay Kumar in the 2.0 teaser !? #2Point0TeaserDay @DharmaMovies @BrijwaSRKman @5555Lucky @BlogDrive @PandilwarA”While another said, “Just watched 2.0 teaser and I want to crawl under a rock and hide there. Please someone do us all a favour and burn the reel.”