Rajinikanth Is a Quiet, Humble Person, Says 2.0 Co-actor Amy Jackson
Amy Jackson who will be seen sharing the screen with Rajinikanth in upcoming film 2.0.
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Mumbai: Amy Jackson who will be seen sharing the screen with Rajinikanth in upcoming film 2.0 says the superstar is a quiet and humble person.
Sharing the experience of working with the veteran, the Freaky Ali star said: "He is very, humble and soulful person. Before releasing the first look, when we were shooting a scene, which involved Rajinikanth and me. I asked him, 'Sir, are you excited to release the first look?'
"He said 'Actually Amy, I am very nervous. I get very nervous when I have the media attention' I was surprised. I said you're a superstar and you shouldn't be. He said 'Yes but I am nervous.' This means he is such a humble person."
Speaking to media at the launch of the cover page of Health and Nutrition Magazine, Amy, asked who is the fittest actor in Bollywood, said: "Akshay Kumar. He has sustained the tag from the moment he started. He actually lives by that mantra. His action sequences are best in Bollywood. When we were shooting 'Singh is Bling', he was always on set before anybody else after doing 2 hours workout. He is a big inspiration."
"When it comes to the ladies I think Deepika is unbelievable. Her body is great and I think Jacqueline as well. She has incorporated dancing with the workout. I think everybody takes good care of them," she added
Directed by Shankar, 2.0 also features Akshay Kumar. It is a sequel of Rajni's Robot and the first look of the film had created a huge curiosity among the fans. While Rajinikanth will portray the character of Chitti, a robot, Akshay will appear as the main antagonist.
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