2.0 TamilRockers Full Movie Review

2.0 TamilRockers

2.0 TamilRockers is a Indian Tamil-language science fiction action film from 2018, written and directed by S. Shankar. It was produced by Subaskaran under the Lyca Productions flag. The second part of the Enthiran series, 2.0, is an independent continuation of Enthiran (2010), where Rajinikanth re-interprets the roles of Vaseegaran and Chitti with Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson. Sudhanshu Pandey, Adil Hussain, Kalabhavan Shajohn and K. Ganesh played supporting roles.

The film follows the clash between the once destroyed humanoid robot, Chitti and Pakshi Rajan, a former ornithologist who wants to take revenge on mobile phone users to prevent the decline of poultry populations. The soundtrack was composed by R. R. Rahman, the lyrics by Madhan Karky and Na. Muthukum.

2.0 Movie Story Line

In India there are about three films in 2.0, the most expensive so far and the first in 3D format of the country. There heavy-handed superhero films with robots that fight thousands of giant birds with mobile phones. There are some very effective techno-horror films on mobile technology that horribly revive and kill people. and current political tensions about how radiation from cell towers affects bird populations.

This film is about the time when half-human, semi-mutated birds played by Akshay Kumar besieged Chennai and lost their cell phone. His character, Pakshi Rajan, is a giant amoeba-like bird, consisting of a cell phone that he holds responsible for the death of a bird that is important to the ecosystem.

On the way to the female character Amy Jackson (Nila), Dr. son Sudhanshu Pandey. The evil Enthiran Bora comes in if Chitti has not changed his ego against malware. If the bad cast wasn’t enough, Jackson stole the robotic woman who fell in love with Chitti.

Rajinikanth in 2.0

The film is a bit inconsistent in 150 minutes. Shankar, including romance between robots, does not seem too attractive for events and the story is weakened in some places. But when the film returns to the CGI action scenes and demolition, everything is fine. Rajinikanth Chitti is a good superhero, but “2.0” has an important element that highlights every good superhero movie: a good villain.

In 2015, it announced that A. R. Rahman would compile the soundtrack and 2.0 points during the pre-production phase of the film. 2.0 is a sensory overload. This film has more than 2000 photos with special effects. This the first time that a 3D Indian film has recorded. And at least in the first hour, the photos are fascinating. The idea that mobile phones people play is great.

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