A particle physicist grieving over the loss of her husband in a car crash uses a revolutionary machine to bring him back, with dire consequences for her family.
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2.0 is an upcoming Indian bilingual science fiction film, shot in Tamil and Hindi languages, and directed by S. Shankar. A sequel to his Tamil film Enthiran (2010), the film will feature Rajnikanth, Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson in the lead roles.
Helen tries to cope with the recent death of her husband, a scientist who killed himself right when he was on the verge of successfully completing the invention of a time machine. One day, she receives a phone call, and a voice suspiciously resembling her own voice warns her that she’s in danger. Is it possible Helen has time travelled? And what could have led her to do something like that?
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