Available Now: 2.0 Advance Booking
The most awaited film is all set to release on 29th November 2018, which is directed by S. Shankar and co-written by S. Shankar and B. Jeyamohan whereas the film is produced under the banner of Lyca Productions and is distributed by Lyca Productions, Dharma Productions, and AA Films. The film features Akshay Kumar, Rajnikanth and Amy Jackson in the lead roles and the film also features music that is composed by A. R. Rahman.
The film is shot by Nirav Shah and edited by Anthony. This film is going to release on 29th November 2018 with an estimated budget of 600 crores, making this the most expensive Indian film made to date. Robot 2.0 is the second installment in the Robot film series. it is been said that the film makers will do something regarding 2.0 Advance Booking seeing the excitement of the audience.
The film is expected to break the records of Bahubali: the conclusion while, it was also from amir Khan’s thugs of Hindustan but it came out to be a big failure now all the hopes are from 2.0. It’s really astonishing to see its box office and reviews before its release, so we all are really excited see how does the robot 2.0 perform at the box office on its opening day and lifetime, subsequently.
And as far as advance booking is concerned then one thing is confirmed that 2.0 will definitely break some records at the box office. And as far as the records created by Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is concerned, 2.0 needs to have a pan India appreciation for that.
The film’s original language is Tamil and will be released in 14 other languages with dubbed versions. The film’s album was released last year in October and one trailer was released on 13th September 2018 while, other released on 3rd November 2018. Given below are the details about the film Robot 2.0 such as star cast.
Rajnikanth in double role as Dr. Vaseegaran and Chitti
Sudhanshu Pandey as Shahrah Bohra
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in a cameo role as Sana
The movie will hit the theaters on 29th Nov and you can book the tickets now. Here’s the link: