Watch-It-Or-Not: Rajnikanth, Akshay Kumar’s 2.0 Is Predictable Yet Outstands On VFX, 3-D Imagery

(Last Updated On: November 30, 2018)

Rajnikanth’s previous outing as a robot-creating scientist was quite a lot of fun. The movie has a decent script, some laughs and not-to-forget Shankar-special effects.

Eight years on, 2.0 is here as a reboot of man versus robot drama with an added tangent of environment protection. However, the movie, which is also deemed as a clash of two superstars, in garnering a mixed response from the critic.

Movie critic and Bollywood business analyst Taran Adarsh took to social media to declare 2.0 as a blockbuster, calling it a “cinematic marvel.”

However, 2.0 is also drawing flak on some front owing to its predictable script, lack of mystery and suspense, and a very slow first half. Many critics are pointing out how plot, character and story development are sacrificed at the altar of creating the mindblowing spectacle.

The special mention is being given to the climax, which unfolds in a sprawling sports stadium, is especially jaw-dropping as Transformers-sized avatars of Chitti and the mutant bird-lover Pakshi Rajan (Akshay Kumar), go up against each other in a thrilling fight to the finish. If there was ever a Bollywood film that benefited from being shot in immersive 3D, it’s this one.

While critics seem to stand divided, social media is going gaga over 2.0 also known as 2point0.

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