Shankar says '2.0' is not a Tamil film, but an Indian film

Director Shankar’s ‘2.0’ team had a grand press meet in Dubai ahead of the audio launch of the film .Director Shankar, superstar Rajinikanth, Bollywood star Akshay Kumar, music mastero AR Rahman and pretty actress Amy Jackson along with Lyca Productions’ Chairman Subaskaran and Raju Mahalingam made a grand entry flying to the venue on a helicopter.


Calling the film a science-socio-fiction-thriller, Shankar said, “The premise is new, the message is new, format is new and doesn’t look Indian movies and it looks like Hollywood movie.”


3D makes the movie the watching experience a more exciting one. It makes you feel you are there where the story is happening and you are able to see your stars so close. This film demands the 3D technology and once you see the film you will understand the importance of 3D in the film.”


Interstingly, when Akshay Kumar was asked about his experience of working in a Tamil film, director Shankar jumped in to clarify “2.0 is not a Tamil film, it’s an Indian film.”


It was also claried that ‘2.0’ was not made for the sake of doing a part 2 and also that it’s not an extension of ‘Endhiran’.