Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar`s 2.0 lands in trouble; cellular operators files complaint

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Now, Cellular Operations Association of India aka COAI has filed a complaint against 2.0 makers for showcasing anti scientific attitude considering the subject of the film.

The yet-to-be released film is the spiritual sequel of the 2010 Rajinikanth-Shankar venture, Enthiran.

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. They claim that the movie has falsely portrayed that cell phones are responsible for harming the environment.

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The film including its teasers, trailers, and other promotional videos, is further berated by the COAI for violating its "constitutional rights" under Section 5B of the Cinematograph Act 1952. Protesting this premise, COAI said in its statement that there is "no evidence" for such an impact of mobile services and towers and thus the film's concept is prejudicial to members of the association. "It is against the public interest", states the letter. The COAI has written to the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) over the depiction of mobile phones.

The film was recently awarded a "U/A" certificate by the CBFC. Starring Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar, the film was made on a budget of between Rs 500 crore and Rs 600 cr and this amount will be a big challenge to earn back as well as make handsome profit.

Superstar Rajinikanth & Akshay Kumar's magnum opus 2.0 is just two days away from its release, and there's massive hype surrounding it not just in India but also in Pakistan.