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2.0 teaser: Akshay Kumar takes on Rajinikanth in Shankar’s next

The movie also stars Bollywood star Akshay Kumar in a pivotal role. Akshay Kumar plays the 'supervillain' in the film directed by Shankar. The actor will be seen playing Dr Richard, aka Crow Man in the film

Chennai: Superstar Rajinikanth starrer 2.0’s teaser is finally out. After starring in the critically acclaimed Kaala, Rajinikanth is all set to grace the big screen again, this time in Shankar’s highly-anticipated VFX spectacle 2.0.

The movie also stars Bollywood star Akshay Kumar in a pivotal role. Akshay Kumar plays the ‘supervillain’ in the film directed by Shankar. The actor will be seen playing Dr Richard, aka Crow Man in the film. After having seen several delays due to various reasons, 2.0 is expected to release in November 2018.

“On the auspicious occasion of #GaneshChaturthi, doing Shree Ganesh of India’s Grandest film:#2PointO! Here’s a glimpse of the biggest rivalry, Good or Evil…Who decides? #2Point0Teaster”, Akshay Kumar tweeted.

The film is scheduled to hit the screens on 29 November.

The movie’s Tamil, Telugu and Hindi teaser, which runs for about 90 seconds, was released Thursday by Lyca Productions, the film producers. The teaser can also be seen in select theatres in 3D format.

Besides Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar, the movie said to the most expensive Indian project, has Amy Jackson playing the female lead.

2.0 is being touted as the ‘spiritual successor’ to the 2010 Rajinikanth blockbuster Enthiran. The film has been shot in Tamil as well as Hindi and is reportedly being dubbed in 13 other languages as well. The music is scored by double Oscar winner AR Rahman.

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