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2.0 A visual treat for Rajnikanth fans



Star Rating 3.5 out of 5

When mighty Rajnikanth is in the movie, then everything has to be gigantic. The very same happens in his recent flick 2.0, which actually is a sequel of 2010 Robot. The most important highlight of the film is the storyline and the message that director S. Shankar tried to deliver in this mega star-studded film.

This magnum opus which beat Bahu Bali1 and 2 in budget is visually tasteful for Bollywood or in that case Indian Cinema lovers. VFX are bold and something new to the audience of the subcontinent. However if you’re a Hollywood fan these visual effects may give you the feeling of being under par.

2.0 is about a malevolent force which is inflicting chaos and destruction and how a robot is come to fight him to save the day for humanity. Rajnikanth as Dr. Vasigaran has advanced from what he was in ‘Robot’ and now doing everything to convince public at large about the important role of robots. In an attempt to do so he managed to developed beautiful (read sexy) robot which he named ‘Nila’ (Amy Jackson) who is capable of completing any household work. In the meantime, something strange started happening in the entire province. Cell phones, started zapping in to the air and then suddenly disappears. Soon after the mobile phone company chairman Manoj Lulla (Kaizaad Kotwal), a wholesaler of cell phones and a prominent politician R S Vairamoorthy were killed by the mysterious force which takes a shape of a giant bird. Dr. Waseegaran pleaeds the government that he should be allowed to reactivate ‘Chitti’ the robot. However, Dhinendra Bora (Sudhanshu Pandey) strongly objected to the idea citing previous experiences that led to massive destruction. With no other option in hand, home minister Vijay Kumar (Adil Hussain) grants Dr. Waseegaran the permission. Chitti was brought back to life and fights with mysterious force. However, even Chitti is unable to do much about it as the mysterious force, who is actually the Dr. Pakshirajan (Akshay Kumar), who has a dark past and is too powerful. He will not rest until he gets what he is desired to achieve. After that is actually the what this film is all about.

We all talk about climate change, impact of human activity on ecosystem, the obsession of humans with electronic gadgets and how we as human completely neglect its dreadful impact on the environment. I think S. Shankar should be given full marks for the effort and taking an immensely bold and daring step to highlight the most important issue of human survival in a completely simple and understandable manner.

The film has no unnecessary humour, songs etc to distract you from a powerful message that is being tried to deliver.

This one is special about Rajinikanth, as an actor. This tells you why he is among the rare breed of star who must not age ever. This 67 years old megastar gives his all in 2.0.

On the hand Akshay Kumar fans must be ecstatic as with a limited screen time he somehow manages to dominate even when he was facing the mighty Rajinikanth, something very rare. His unusual tricks click well, as he develops the emotional angle that connects him to his character immaculately.

Amy Jackson with her flawless beauty is a treat to watch. She unexpectedly delivers a fairly good performance. Supporting cast is not much to talk about as the movie is not about them.

A R Rahman’s music has a very limited impact. “Rakshassi” and “Nanni Si Jaan” are consigned to the background while “Tu Hi Re” is the end credits song.

The film does have flaws like overdoing the visual effects and unnecessarily inclusion of a romance between 2 robots, which for me has costs couple of rating stars to the movie yet I have rated it high because of powerful save environment message it delivered.

In the end I would say that 2.0 is film that is all for Rajnikanth and Akshay Kumar fans, and they will find plenty of reason to watch it again.

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Bilal Ashraf named most sexiest Pakistani man

The sizzling topless number dharak bharak in Superstar hands Bilal the title of sexiest Pakistani man of 2019



The British Asian publication Eastern Eye names Bilal Ashraf sexiest Pakistani man of 2019. Bilal Ashraf is the only Pakistani actor who makes it into the top 10 of this list based on votes from fans around the world, buzz generated on social networking sites, positive impact, and media attention.

Bilal Ashraf worked hard for Superstar

Speaking exclusively to Daily Paperrazzi Bilal Ashraf was overwhlemed. In his choked up voice  he tried to remain humbled, “I am beyond humbled to be featured as part of a list among such legendary gentlemen.”

Bilal Ashraf expressed his surprised and said he wasn’t expecting this at all. “This has come to me as a surprise and such moments make the struggle and commitment we all put into our work all worth the while. This encourages me to try my best to further myself in my field. I’m extremely grateful.” he added.

This rounds off a great year for the actor, which included a lead role opposite great Mahira Khan in blockbuster film Superstar. Ashraf’s films released so far include Operation 021, Janaan, Yalghar, Rangreza and Superstar.

Bilal Ashraf and Mahira Khan the Superstar onscreen couple of Pakistan

British Pakistani showbiz reporter Asjad Nazir, who founded the list and compiles it annually, praised Bilal and described him as the future of Pakistani cinema. “Pakistani cinema is on the rise globally and that is thanks to a new generation of world-class actors like Bilal. He will lead a future generation of cinema stars that will ultimately help empower his country and inspire others living there,” said Asjad Nazir speaking to the local publication.

Tiger Shroff entered the top 10 for the first time and came in fourth. Pop superstar Zayn Malik came in fifth and TV star Harshad Chopda was ranked sixth. The rest of the top 10 for 2019 were actor Mohsin Khan (8), cricketer Virat Kohli (9), and South Indian superstar Prabhas (10).


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Rapid Fire Challenge with Azfar Rehman



We got up close and personal with one of Lahore’s top actors Azfar Rehman to see what tickles his fancy!

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SRK to play Mufasa in Disney’s dubbed Lion King remake



Indian actor Shahrukh Khan is known as the “King of Bollywood”, but soon the superstar will be playing the king of the jungle, as he has landed the role of a lifetime. He will lend his voice for Disney’s #TheLionKing remake, dubbed in Hindi.

Khan will be playing the role of Mufasa in the film, leaving us with the question: Who will be playing the role of Simba?

Social media users were pleased to know that the iconic father-son duo, would be played by an “equally iconic” real-life father and son duo. Aryan Khan, Shah Rukh Khan’s eldest son, will be filling in Simba’s shoes, or should we say, paws!

The 53-year-old actor shared posters of the movie on Twitter (@iamsrk) and Facebook with a sweet message: “Glad to be a part of this journey… a timeless film. Voicing it in Hindi with my own Simba. The last time we did a film was around 15 years ago and it was ‘Incredible’ and this time around it’s even more fun. Hope everyone enjoys it July 19 onwards. #TheLionKing.”

Aryan Khan has not made his Bollywood debut yet, he has previously voiced the character Dash, in the Hindi version of Disney’s The Incredibles with his father.

On Twitter, Khan’s post was retweeted nearly 4,000 times and had 20,000 likes in just four hours.

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