As Shankar’s 2.0 is making waves all over, Malayalam actor Kalabhavan Shajohn is on cloud nine. His role as a state minister in the Rajinikanth starrer has been receiving appreciation all over.
Shajohn has posted pictures of himself with director Shankar and Bollywood star Akshay Kumar, who plays the baddie Pakshi Rajan in the film with a note, “Thanks all for accepting 2.0”
2.0 released in 458 theatres across Kerala.
Kalabhavan Shajohn, who was mainly seen in comic roles until then, got the crucial break in his career with the role of a cop in the blockbuster hit Drishyam. He has never looked back since.
He is all set to make his debut as a director next year, with Brother’s Day, which will have Prithviraj as the hero.