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Teaser and trailer of Rajinikath starrer ‘2.0’ to be out in November and December respectively

The Sci-Fi movie has surpassed Baahubali when it comes to expense, which was reportedly made in the budget of Rs 150 crore

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Rajinikanth starrer 2.0 to be released in January, 2018
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  • Rajinikanth starrer ‘2.0’ is set to be released on January 25, 2018
  • It is one of the most expensive films of all time, surpassing even Baahubali
  • The teaser and trailer will be released in November and December respectively 

New Delhi, September 8, 2017: One of the most expensive films of all time, Rajinikanth starrer ‘2.0’ is all set to hit screens on January 25, 2018. Ever since the first look of the movie released in November 2016, it has created a frenzy among fans, who have, since then, been eagerly waiting for the movie, the trailer, or at least the teaser to show up.

2.0, initially, was scheduled for a Diwali release. Fans were disappointed with the announcement by the movie makers, of the movie being postponed to January 25, 2018.

“We are working on world class VFX, and it is taking time. An extensive portion of the visual effects work will be carried out in the USA, and our team is working in full swing now. So, we have zeroed in on January 25th, 2018 as the worldwide release date,” Raju Mahalingam told PTI.

In an end to this disappointment, however, the crew has an exciting update for the fans, the wait now is not too long. The creative head for the film has confirmed that the teaser and trailer will be released in November and December respectively, according to The Indian Express report.

“Festivities to Begin” Come Oct -Audio Release in Dubai!!! Nov-Teaser in Hyderabad and Dec-Trailer in Namma Singara Chennai!!! 2.0 Loading!!” Raju Mahalingam, the creative head of Lyca Productions, tweeted from his personal handle.

The team of 2.0, appears to have planned to cover places of all sorts in order to make the launch an even bigger event. The film will be released in Spanish, Chinese and Korean languages as well along with Tamil, according to the Times of India report.

2.0 is a sequel to the 2011 film ‘Robot’ (Enthiran in Tamil), in which Rajinikanth shared the screen space with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan He’s going to reprise his character as chitti and Dr Vaseegaran in the upcoming film, however, Akshay Kumar would be a new element playing a negative role in the movie.

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Akshay playing the antagonist opposite Rajinikanth has been one major reason for the buzz among the viewers. Akshay is making his debut in the south industry with 2.0. Akshay’s extraordinary look with golden eyeballs, long nails, rough eyebrows and a bizarre hairstyle has only added to the already beefed up excitement.

Amy Jackson is the actress in the movie and the film’s music is by AR Rahman.

The Sci-Fi movie has surpassed Baahubali when it comes to expense, which was reportedly made in the budget of Rs 150 crore.

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German Band Works in Concert With “Robotic” Instruments to Create Music Mix

"real music won't die"

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Cico Beck and Nico Siereg were drummers in an indie rock band prior to this experimental band called Joasihno. The band is from Munich, Germany.
Cico Beck and Nico Siereg were drummers in an indie rock band prior to this experimental band called Joasihno. The band is from Munich, Germany. VOA

German band Joasihno strikes a chord in a unique way as it takes its show on the road.

Currently touring in Canada, the two-man band works in concert with a “robotic” element that can play several instruments at the same time.

“Actually we call it psychedelic robot orchestra,” said Cico Beck, one of the creators of the band. “It’s a combination of acoustic instruments but also very trashy robot instruments,” he added.

Once hooked up to wires and set up, instruments that include a xylophone, drum and cymbal play on their own. Another contraption, a horizontal, self-revolving wooden stick, stands atop a microphone stand. The stick contains long strings tied on each end with a wooden ping pong-sized-ball attached. As the stick rotates, the balls hit a block on the floor, creating a hollow knocking sound.

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Cico Beck and Nico Siereg were drummers in an indie rock band prior to this experimental band called Joasihno, a robot band.
Cico Beck and Nico Siereg were drummers in an indie rock band prior to this experimental band called Joasihno, a robot band. VOA

Beck said a computer is at the heart of the self-playing instruments.

“Most of this stuff is controlled by the computer. The computer can translate voltage signals, so the robots are controlled by the voltage, that is controlled by the computer,” Beck said.

Playing in an experimental band with a robot orchestra is not the same as playing in a traditional one, said Nico Siereg, the other Joasihno member.

“It’s a little bit different because you also have in mind that there are machines playing with you, so there’s no reaction from them.”

Siereg said in some ways, once the robots are programmed, he is free to focus on what he is playing and even improvise. The musician said he can envision future scenarios in which technology plays a greater role in creating different types of music; but, he voiced hope that “real music won’t die.”

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Cico Beck and Nico Siereg were drummers in an indie rock band prior to this experimental band called Joasihno. They've been playing experimental music in Joasihno for two years.
Cico Beck and Nico Siereg were drummers in an indie rock band prior to this experimental band called Joasihno. They’ve been playing experimental music in Joasihno for two years. VOA

Even if the robots are not taking over the music world, Beck said it is undeniable that in the 21st century, music and technology are intertwined.

“Technology is like a very important tool that even, very often, it’s also a very important part of inspiration,” he added.

Joasihno performed several shows at the now-concluded music festival and tech conference known as South by Southwest, held in Austin, Texas. The experimental band is hoping its high-tech use of instrumentals will be music to one’s ears. VOA