Dr Vaseegaran (Rajinikanth) and his android assistant Nila (Amy Jackson) are called in for help after mobiles start mysteriously flying out of the hands of people in Chennai. Vaseegaran summons his trusted robot Chitti (Rajinikanth) to ward off the bird-shaped supernatural powers of Pakshirajan (Akshay Kumar).
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8 years after Chitti was dismantled due to destruction he caused. Vaseegaran has created new human robot Nila which can understand human feelings better. The cell phones in the city start to disappear from everywhere. A creature in the form of bird creates havoc in the city causing destruction. Vaseegaran believes it to be the fifth element force and decides to get Chitti back in action. When Vaseegaran traces the location of missing cellphones with help of Chitti and Nila he finds that its not the fifth force but a human force done by late professor Pakshi Rajan.Written by
The team moved to Delhi to hold a forty-five-day schedule, continuing on from the same scenes with military tanks that were shot in Chennai. See more »
A swarm of cell phones covers the road for about half a mile, goes into a person's house and kills him. The next day, the investing officers say that there are no proofs convincing the fact like that there are no CCTV cameras at all. See more »
Storyline is too weak...it's been hard to tolerate scientific and artistic non sense for 2 hrs... anyone who wants to go for vfx,then he may get highly disappointed... only die-hard rajni fan can tolerate this...
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