Robot 2.0 Quick Movie review: of the movie 2.0 through there is not much to tell regarding plot, Kudos to Shankar and his team for keeping us hooked with all the VFX in the film.
let’s get these out of the way Robot 2.0 is a Rajinikanth movie. It’s not like we expected anything less than the sequel to Enthiran, but Robot 2.0 delivers Thailavar on swords.
For starters, there is a scientific genius, Dr. Vaseegaran, who works in his elegant, futuristic office full of robots and talks to high-level government officials about bland science. The scientific reasoning in the film is ridiculous, but it is endearing to see Vaseegaran. Then there’s Chitti, of course, The beloved robot capable of feeling human emotions is probably the weakest Rajinikanth in the film, through people were excited to see it again on the screen. Remember the villain of Enthiran He is back and how! The destructive version “Robot 2.0” of Chitti moves away with the movie.
It is a break in observing Vaseegaran and Chitti, morally upright and incorruptible. Rajinikanth has had fun playing this version, and that is evident from the way he walks, talks and laughs. Seeing the crowd burst into thunderous applause and frantic screams every time 2.0 giggled, reminded me why we all love Rajnikanth so profoundly. Paraphrasing the legendary Neelambari of Padayappa, the man can grow old, but he does not lose his style even for a second. There is even a microbot Rajinikanth in the movie, but I do not want to give everything away.
the most expensive movie in India, the anticipation was all about the VFX, and the effort is truly commendable. Manufacturers have made the most of 3D, and there are certain scenes like the room full of illuminated phones that stand out. through there is not much to tell the terms plot, Kudos to Shankar and his team for keeping us hooked with all the VFX in the movie. More read Live update
Akshay Kumar effortlessly plays the role of a too passionate bird enthusiast who is determined to kill everyone who uses a cell phone. As a villain, the reason behind his return to the dark side of a peaceful elder may be ridiculous, but it is compelling. Amy Jackson is also a great robot. She is nice to see as Nila, the humanoid who has Chitti’s enemies. Nila launches vadivelu dialogues in Vaseegaran and has a dramatic moment that flies every time she is next to Chitti and does not hinder the film in any way.
What caught attention in this movie was that there seemed to be no unnecessary parts that dragged the film too far. The flow of the film is not disturbed by expansive dance sequences between the scenes. Sana is just a voice on the phone with which Vasee speaks. Shankar is known for his elaborate sequences of songs and love scenes, but he has shown enormous restraint in this regard.
All said and done. This movie will mark a great moment for Kollywood. It is an ambitious project that offered great VFX, action and many Rajinikanth. Watch the movie for Thalaivar if nothing else.