2.0 movie review: Here’s what the critics feel about Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar starrer

New Delhi: One of the biggest releases of the year, 2.0 has finally hit the screens today. The film Robot 2.0 stars superstar Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar in lead roles and has been awaited-upon ardently by fans for a long time. Fans of thalaiva are celebrating the film’s release and are elated to see their favourite Chitti the robot make a splash on screen. Akshay is seen playing a negative character in the film and his look had gained a lot of attention when the teasers and trailer of the film had been unveiled. Akshay’s transformation combined with Rajinikanth’s epic style raised the curiosity of moviegoers and people thronged theatres on day one to witness the visual extravaganza.

We thought of compiling some of the critic reactions after watching the film. Take a look right here:

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Updated:Nov 29, 2018, 16:04 PM IST

New Delhi: One of the biggest releases of the year, 2.0 has finally hit the screens today. The film Robot 2.0 stars superstar Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar in lead roles and has been awaited-upon ardently by fans for a long time. Fans of thalaiva are celebrating the film’s release and are elated to see their favourite Chitti the robot make a splash on screen. Akshay is seen playing a negative character in the film and his look had gained a lot of attention when the teasers and trailer of the film had been unveiled. Akshay’s transformation combined with Rajinikanth’s epic style raised the curiosity of moviegoers and people thronged theatres on day one to witness the visual extravaganza.

We thought of compiling some of the critic reactions after watching the film. Take a look right here:

What would it be like if the characters from Endhiran find themselves inside the plot of a typical Shankar movie? 2.0 is what you would get. Using his pet theme – a wronged individual taking revenge on the people who ruined his life (or in this case, the birds he cares for) – the director gives us a film that is part sci-fi, part horror, part vigilante movie and part special effects spectacle. Timesofindia.com

Dubbed India’s most expensive film, the anticipation was all about the VFX, and the effort is really commendable. The makers have taken full advantage of 3D and there are certain scenes like the room full of illuminated cell-phones that stand out. Even though there is not much to write home about in terms of plot, Kudos to Shankar and his team for keeping us hooked throughout with all the VFX in the movie. Indianexpress.com

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