Telecom body COAI wants Rajinikanth’s 2.0 movie to be ‘banned’, here’s why

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Rajinikanth's fans started the day by celebrating Thalaivar. It is a direct sequel of the file Enthiran which was released in the year 2010. The film is anyways making money in the South languages and if Hindi version supports well too then recovery of the huge budget won't be an issue.

Producer Dil Raju, who has secured the distribution rights of the movie for the Telangana region, was also present.

But COAI, which is India's most powerful telecom lobby, wants a ban on this movie. As 2.0 fever takes the country by storm and garners positive reviews, the film has been leaked online on Tamilrockers.

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Rajinikanth, who enjoys a massive fan-base across south, has time and again created magic with most of his movies being dubbed into nearly all south Indian languages. Kabali had a similar effect in AP and Telangana but Kaala failed to recreate the magic. His other films like earlier Robot, were technological marvels and something new for the Indian audiences and 2.0 is his biggest film yet and it is generally being hoped that this would be his best.

Going as per figures on bookmyshow, Rajini fans may find it hard to grab a ticket for 2.0 in Hyderabad as theatres are full not just over the weekend but until next Tuesday. Made at an astronomical budget of nearly Rs 550 crore, 2.0 even received early morning shows at the theatres to appease excited fans. The film is produced by A. Subaskaran and Raju Mahalingam under the production banner of Lyca Productions. "Being the most anticipated film of 2018, an IMAX release would have made a lifelong impact on fans", Sunil told Bollywood Hungama.