Is Akshay Kumar's character in 2.0, inspired by this celebrity?

Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar's most acclaimed film 2.0 is now in cinemas. On the first day, it earned a remarkable turnover of Rs 20 crore in Hindi belt. Akshay Kumar plays villain in front of Rajinikanth in the film.

Akshay Kumar's character in 2.0 is quite different. Due to the fabrication of characters like him, director S Shankar takes 3 years to build this project. In the film, Akshay is in the role of an ornithologist professor, who is against the telecom industry. According to reports, Akshay's character is inspired by the character of Salim Ali, called Birdman. His beard is similar to that of Hu-ha-Hu Saleem. Salim was an ornithologist and a naturalist. '

Worldwide 2.0 has been released on 10,500 screens. In film 2.0, the audience liked the role of Akshay. In this, Akshay has appeared as 'Bhavarajaran'.

Who is Salim Ali?

Salim has been famous for doing systematically BirdServe throughout the world. Salim has also written some popular books on ornithology. Books by The Book of Indian Bird and Handbook of the Birds of India and Pakistan are written by Salim Ali.

2.0 earned

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh ​​shared the first day's earning figures on Friday. He wrote in the tweet - "Despite no release on festival and holiday, the film has started super, it needs to be kept in mind that it is a dubbed movie in Hindi and its advance booking also started very late. Despite this, the Hindi version of 2.0 has earned 20.25 crores.