Seems like Lyca Productions, the makers of upcoming Shankar film 2.0 are leaving no stone unturned to release their film as the most awaited Indian film of the decade.
This is the second time that the film has been postponed.
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The makers of 2.0 made a decision to postpone the release of the movie after Akshay Kumar announced that his next movie Padman would release on 26th January 2018 which happens to be republic day in India. The makers had then postponed it to release for Republic Day. The Lyca Production issued an official statement on the release of the film, which reads that "Lyca Productions - Superstar Rajinikanth - Akshay Kumar - Shankar magnum opus SciFi action thriller 2.0 to be screened worldwide on April 2018". Trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to his Twitter account and posted the same. Produced by Lyca Productions, 2.0 is the most expensive movie of Indian cinema.
It looks like fans will have to wait longer before they can watch the Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar starrer 2.0. "The high tech post production works are fully geared and the team is all set for the release schedule".
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Reprising his role from the 2010 blockbuster Enthiran (Robot), Rajnikanth will be seen as Dr Vaseegaran and his robot double while Akshay will play the role of an antagonist.
Reportedly, 11 top visual effects studios have been working on the Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar film. Akshay is making his south debut with Rajinikanth's film which also has Amy Jackson.
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