After years of anticipation and insane hype on social media, teaser for India’s most expensive film ‘2.0’ starring Akshay Kumar and Rajnikanth is finally here. It’s also the first Indian film which is shot entirely in 3D. Unsurprisingly, they also launched the teaser in 3D to a jam-packed audience.
— Nikkil (@onlynikil) September 13, 2018
Akshay Kumar tweeted the teaser with a caption, “On the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, doing Shree Ganesh of India’s Grandest Film: ‘2.0’ ! Here’s a glimpse of the biggest rivalry, good or evil… Who decides.”
Watch it here.
To be honest, the Vfx in it looks a bit disappointing for a film that boasts a monumental budget of 75 million USD. Given the hype and everything, I was expecting something better. Even if forget about Vfx, the teaser itself looks terribly edited. I really hope the full length official trailer is better because people have expectations from this film. Especially because it’s a huge collaboration between hindi film Akshay Kumar and tamil film star Rajnikanth, who are battling it out in this film.
Even the people on the internet are disappointed by the teaser. The Hindi teaser on Youtube has over 21 thousand dislikes with a lot of negative comments about the vfx.
Here’s what people are saying on Twitter.
Any one else disappointed with 2.0 teaser? Robot movie was full of emotions and humour and somewhere I couldn't find both in 2.0. Hope it is only the teaser that is bad.
— Dee (@deevan9198) September 13, 2018
I stand corrected.. it's only teaser of #2.0.. imagine if the teaser is so bad then how bad will be the trailer.
— Amod Mehra (@MehraAmod) September 13, 2018
Don't get me wrong, my money is locked for #2Point0 since 2016, but after watching the teaser I think that the CGI doesn't justfy the massive budget. Maybe the teaser was prepared before the movie finished. I hope the full trailer will be better. pic.twitter.com/j5FII9dNKX
— Rishabh Pundir (@iRishabhPundir) September 13, 2018
Is this a joke ! It’s Mediocre crap where the hell did they spent all the so called millions of dollars for VFX ??? it’s a ridiculous teaser no graphics or CGI disaster #2Point0
— Amit B. Sharma (@Amit626) September 13, 2018
500 crores for #2Point0? Not even close to 250 crores of Baahubali in terms of VFX.
— SocialSaint (@isocialsaint) September 13, 2018
If #2Point0 was primarily a South Indian movie, I would have had no problem with it but being dubbed in Hindi with Akshay in it, I found #2Point0Teaser childish. In my opinion, #RaOne looked much better. Disappointing teaser.
— Vivek Sharma (@TheVivekSharma) September 13, 2018
However, people who watched the 3D teaser on the big screen are absolutely awestruck by the quality.
Saw the #2Point0 teaser on a really small screen. Felt a bit meh. But just saw it in 3D on the big screen and have to say this. It's the *cleanest* 3D image (in terms of clarity, colour, brightness) I have seen. Quite blown away, given how muddy and bleary 3D films usually look.
— Baradwaj Rangan (@baradwajrangan) September 13, 2018
Looks like the base plot is same as Happenings movie. Vfx work looks ok when watching in small screen but really got stunned watching in 3d.I think theatres should opt for 3d if they want to attract all audience incl those never watch movies at theatres. #2point0Teaser #2Point0
— Nish (@Nishanthkavitha) September 13, 2018
Do watch #2Point0 teaser 3D in theatres! It’s mind blowing! 😎🔥
— vb (@vbzu) September 13, 2018
There’s no official date for the full trailer yet, but I hope it’s more cohesive and reveals more about the plot. Meanwhile, can’t wait to experience the 3D teaser on a big screen.