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2.0 poster: Akshay Kumar’s beastly look will give you goosebumps

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2.0 poster: Akshay Kumar's beastly look will give you goosebumps

Mumbai, Nov 1: Scary, evil and ghoulish are some words that can describe actor Akshay Kumar’s look in the new poster of megastar Rajinikanth-starrer “2.0”.

A new poster of Akshay from the upcoming 3D sci-fi entertainer was unveiled on Wednesday. The National-Award winner is seen sporting spikey teeth, golden-yellow eyes, white hair and long eyelashes and brows.

Akshay will be essaying the prime antagonist in the film as an eccentric scientist named Richard, while Rajinikanth returns as scientist Vaseegaran. “2.0” also has Amy Jackson in a supporting role.

A sequel to the 2010 Tamil blockbuster “Enthiran”, the film “2.0” has been made on a lavish budget.

The film is directed by S. Shankar and the music is by Oscar-winning composer A.R. Rahman.

“2.0” is slated for release in early 2018.(IANS)

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Actor Akshay Kumar Enjoys Huge Popularity Overseas

Akshay Kumar enjoys wide popularity overseas: Study

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Akshay Kumar has secured the top spot in a list of popular Bollywood actors outside India, according to a study.

He is closely followed by Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan and Varun Dhawan. Akshay also became the ‘most watched’ actor as per the consumption study.

The findings are a part of a consumption trend study done by Spuul, a video-on-demand (VOD) streaming platform for Bollywood and regional movies. The report is based on a demographic data and consumption pattern which resulted in insights about what Indians and Indian diaspora are viewing, read a statement.

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Mayur Krishna, Content – Head at Spuul, said: “Through this study, we hoped to understand our viewers’ content preferences and how we could improve their experience on our platform.”

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The data in the report was gathered from January 1 to April 30 from more than 47 million registered users of the platform in India, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, the US, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines and the UAE. (IANS)

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