Akshay Kumar is currently busy in the promotional activities of his upcoming much awaited movie 2.0. Today Akshay Kumar took to his twitter and wrote, “After 3.5 hours of makeup, the results were quite astonishing…definitely called for a selfie Witness the transformation in 2 days! #2Point0FromNov29 #2Point0.” Recently during the media interaction Akshay Kumar said,” It was really a hard process for me to get prosthetics done. 3 people used to work on my body. I had to stay patient. It was very tough.”
On several occasions, Akshay Kumar has said that his character required around 4 hours of prosthetic make-up and another hour and a half to remove it.
Akshay Kumar further said, “When I used to go back to my home, I knew that I have to do the same thing next day. The prosthetic make-up was so hard and covered that it used to close all the pores of my body and during my entire 6 hours of shooting, my body sweat used to not come out. So when they used to remove the prosthetic, I had the smell of sweat.”
Akshay Kumar also added that Shankar’s sci-fi drama 2.0 is carrying a ‘social message.’ The message is that every creature on the planet has the right to live and no one should mess with the nature. The planets not only belong to the human but birds and animals also have rights to live here. Though plants and animals cannot raise their voice against the human beings, but they have equal right to live. So, do not spoil the nature.”
2.0 is directed by S Shankar and produced by Lyca Productions. It is the sequel to 2010 film Enthiran, in which Kollywood superstar Rajinikanth played the hero and made his screen presence as Dr Vaseegaran and the villain- Robot Chitti.
In 2.0, Rajiiknath aka Dr Vaseegaran re-assembles Chitti to fight Dr Richards (Akshay Kumar), an ornithologist who turns against human after one of his experiment backfires on him.
Apart from Akshay Kumar and Rajinikanth, 2.0 also has Amy Jackson as female lead, which is arriving at the theaters on 29th November 2018.
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) November 27, 2018