Super Star Rajani kanth Robo 2.0 insured with Rs 350cr
Posted by reshma on 14th March 2016
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Super Star Rajani kanth Robo 2.0 insured with Rs 350cr

Super star upcoming movie in several languages film 2.0 sequel of Robo it has been insured for Rs 350 crore it is the first time it is a VFX based movie  in Indian cinema. It is the much awaited film, the female lead role is Amy Jakson and in Akshay Kumar is acting as a villain.

Super Star Rajani kanth Robo 2.0 insured with Rs 350cr

The Movie producing by Lyka:

The film is producing by Lyka Production with a huge budget of Rs 350 crore this film is creating a huge sensation in Indian film industry before its release.

Oscar winner AR Rahman is composing music to this film , Nirav Shah is handling the camera there are several top technicians who had a good experience in Hollywood films and already we know that director of the film is Shankar who directed Robo and Eye.

It is going to hit screen on 2017. The budget of Endhiran is 120+ crore and coming to it’s sequel the budget become double in one word it is huge 350 crore. Rajani has recently overjoyed with the shoot of Kabali actually it is an action entertainer and it is going to release in the end of the May. Now he is taking shoot on Robo 2.0.

Eric Stevenson, he wished to special importance:

Eric Stevenson, he wished to special importance that the AMF will not allow automated advice provided by Robo advisors.   When we drew up the guidelines for the Canadian Council of Insurance Regulators (CCIR), we clearly specified that there is no question of allowing machines to offer advice over the Internet. That is why we told product manufacturers to provide self-assessment tools to the consumer,” he said. “Online direct brokerages for securities have been available for a long time. On the other hand, the answer for robo advisors is no. Most of the questions were related to the sale of insurance products over the internet. Louis Morisset  said  the AMF’s position on the matter “At first glance, the products that insurers are contemplating are not particularly complex. I think simple products can be sold on the internet.