Rajinikanth New Movie Robo 2.O Review

Rajinikanth New Movie Robo 2.O Review

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2.O released today in record number of screens Worldwide. Visual Effects in the sci-fi thriller was overshadowed the craze for Rajinikanth-Shankar combo. Expectations were humongoues because of the 3D Format & unbelievable budget. Films of Shankar was done much bettwe in Telugu though he worked only with Tamil Stars till date.

Story:

The film was based in Chennai where mobile phones keep keep disappearing because of a deadly bird called Pakshi Raju (Akshay Kumar). The government which has no clue about this, orders Vaseegaran (Rajini) to bring back chitti and handle the situation. Pakshi Raju, Chitti’s powers are not enough. This is the time, Vasi’s personal robot Vennela (Amy Jackson) creates a new version of Chitti and prepares it to fight with Pakshi Raju. Rest of the story is as to how the 2.O Chitti fights Pakshi Raju and saves everyone.

Performances:

Roles played by Rajinikanth are more like an extension of what he was done in Robo. Hats off to the superstar for working so hard at the age of 65-plus. More than Vassegaran, Rajini as Chitti in the two roles.
Negative Role played by Sudhanshu Pandey was ineffective. None of the other Actors leave a lasting impression.

Positives:

Akshay Kumar Backstory
Visuals
Rajinikanth
Akshay Kumar
Camera Work
Music
Production Values

Negatives:

Wafer Thin Story
Repetitiveness In 1st Half
Lack Of Drama And Emotions
Exaggerated Animatronic Action

Technicalities:

Shankar showed why he known as a best technician in the Indian Film Industry. High-technical standards we were used to watching in Hollywood has been beautifully presented on the Indian Screen with 2.O.

Title: Robo 2.O
Cast: Rajinikanth, Amy Jackson, Akshay Kumar, Sudhanshu Pandey, Adil Hussain, Kalabhavan Shajan
Music: A R Rahman
Cinematography: Neeraj Sha
Editing: Anthony
Production: LYCA
Story, Screenplay, Direction: Shankar

Rating: 3/5

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