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Bollywood Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan Shared Why He Has Rejected The Movie 2.0

Bollywood Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan has rejected the main lead role in S. Shankar’s movie 2.0 and he shared the reason behind it in a promotional interview with Komal Nahta.

Amir Khan said, “I’m a great fan of Rajani sir and also Shankar. When the offoer came to me as Rajani Sir was not well that time I could not accept the request. Emotionally, when I used to think of the film, think of the scene, Rajini sir used to come in my head. I could not imagine myself doing it. Then I told Shankar, won’t be able to do it. Only Rajini sir can do it. I am huge fan of Rajini sir, his whole performance and the way he had created that character had got imprinted in my mind. So Part 2, when I am reading the lines, I am only imagining Rajini sir! I cannot imagine myself only so I didn’t do it. and it’s not a tough decision for me. I know it’s going to be the biggest hit in all languages.”

2.0 has been shot in 3D and it cost around 350 crores, which means it is the costliest film ever made in India. This film also stars Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson in a lead role. In this film, Akshay will essay a negative role and it is his first Tamil debut.

Produced by Subaskaran Allirajah, the music of this film is being helmed by A. R. Rahman. It is releasing in 15 different languages across the world.

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