Enthiran 2.0 The Most Expensive Indian Movie? Read To Know It’s Budget

Enthiran 2.0 The Most Expensive Indian Movie

Rajnikanth movies are a big affair just like the name itself. his movies have been known for their opulent sets, action sequences, star cast, locations and what not leading to a colossal budget eventually.

With a budget of Rs 120 Crore, his blockbuster hit Enthiran (Robot) in the year 2010, broke many records with its success and its making, the movie also became the most expensive movie of its time.

Looks like the filmmaker Shankar is all set to break all previous set records as he has now decided to make another grand comeback with the sequel of the same named as Enthiran 2.0 to be made at a budget of Rs 350 crore.

As per the reports, the film expected for its release in 2017 will be financed by the Lyca Productions, the shooting for the movie has just commenced.

akshay kumar, Rajnikanth, enthiran 2, amy jackson

Last time the movie starred Ex Miss World Aishwarya Rai Bachchan opposite the actor while the female lead will be played by Amy Jackson.

Enthiran 2.0 The Most Expensive Indian Movie

Initially, the makers wanted to sign the Hollywood actor-politician Arnold Schwarzenegger to play the antagonist in the movie due to some issues with international financial laws, the idea did not work out.

While now the same role will be played by the Bollywood’s Khiladi Akshay Kumar, who has postponed his Bollywood project “Namastey England”, for the big ticket multi-lingual project with the megastar Rajnikanth.

Apparently the Actor has been paid Rs 25 Crore for his role an antagonist in the much-awaited flick Enthiran 2.0. 

Audiences are already excited for the movie which will be composed by Academy award-winner A R Rahman.

Let us see how this big-budget is going to set records, with Khiladi kumar as a villain

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