A making video of Rajinikanth's upcoming movie 2.0 has hit the internet with a bang and has sent the fans into a tizzy. The 2.20-minute clip shows Amy Jackson's preparation for a song, composed by two-time Oscar Award-winning musician AR Rahman.
The video, which is an exclusive footage of BBC Media, revolves around Amy Jackson. In the clip, Ray Hannisian, 3D stereographer, tells that he had a great time working on 2.0.
"I don't want to disparage Hollywood, but I'm having more fun over here than I ever did there." He speaks about the 3D cameras used in the film and claims that he is thoroughly enjoying as he says, "This is the most fun I ever had during my job."
The actress says that her dance moves were not up to the mark and credits choreographer Bosco for patiently training her.
"When she started off she could not hear the beats. She did not listen to the music. She could not really understand.. she could get an awkward posture and I proposed her to enjoy the dance, " the choreographer is heard saying.
Although Rajinikanth and director Shankar are seen in the clip, they have not spoken anything about the flick.
The video has now gone viral as the hardcore fans of Rajinikanth sharing the clips in all the social media platforms. Earlier, Shankar had released two making videos from the multilingual movie.
Rajinikanth and Amy Jackson's 2.0 is a science fiction made on a grand scale and credit to be the biggest-ever movie in terms of the budget made in India. The movie was supposed to be released Diwali 2017 but has been delayed due to extensive post-production works.
The movie will hit the screens on November 29.