After Akshay Kumar, Rajinikanth gets a ubercool facebook filter

After Akshay Kumar, Rajinikanth gets a ubercool facebook filter

After Akshay Kumar, Rajinikanth gets a ubercool facebook filter

Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar's 2.0 has opened strong at the box office, with its Hindi version earning Rs 20.25 crore on day one despite it being a working day. Indeed, cellphones appear to be the other most-important character after the two superstars. In fact, the telecom operators' body wants to keep the movie from releasing before their issue is sorted. While the trailer is nothing short of exciting for moviegoers and Chitti fans, the telecom industry is unhappy with the portrayal of cellphones.

The COAI has demanded that the CBFC certificate of the film is revoked.

The movie is yet to be released and it is about the depiction of mobile services and towers and which is said to be false and without any evidence and wholly fictional.

They have allegedly petitioned the Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to re-censor the film as it allegedly portrays mobile phones and towers in bad light.

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"2.0" is a story about harmful radiation that emits from the cellphone towers and has adverse effects on the birds. It also alleged that it violated many sections of the Indian Penal Code, Mint reported, citing the statement.

Rajan S Mathews, Director General of COAI, has confirmed that the protest has been lodged, asking for a ban on this movie.

The film's producers "Lyca Productions" are one of the largest mobile companies across United Kingdom and they are not here to make a film against mobile phones on such a lavish standards.

In 2.0, Akshay plays the role of a crazed ornithologist who blames mobile phones for the death of animals and birds resulting from electromagnetic field (EMF) emissions from such devices.

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