Akshay's role is inspired from a real life personality in 2.0: Meet the real BIRDMAN of India

Akshay's role is inspired from a real life personality in 2.0: Meet the real BIRDMAN of India

Akshay Kumar has turned into the talking point post after the arrival of '2.0'. His execution as 'BIRDMAN' is by and large exceptionally hailed by a group of onlookers and commentators. An understanding about his character uncovers that Akshay's role is enlivened from a genuine identity. 

He is famous Indian ornithologist and naturalist, Salim Ali. Famously known as "Birdman of India," Salim Ali was among the primary Indians to lead precise winged animal overviews the nation over and furthermore written numerous diaries on fowls. A few types of feathered creatures, a few winged creature asylums and organizations were named after Salim Ali. 

There is significantly more at that point said in regards to Salim Ali and his commitment to ornithology is extremely exemplary. In the year 1985, he composed his life account 'The Fall of Sparrow' which was generally perused back them. In 1987, Salim Ali inhaled his last because of cancer. 

In the event that Salim Ali was alive, he would have communicated his indignation regarding the termination of flying creatures with radiation. The author of '2.0' Jayamohan had said that how might Salim Ali respond to the unfavorable impacts of most recent innovation and appropriately the character of Pakshi Raja is written. At first, universal hero Kamal Haasan was drawn nearer for the role as it is very passionate. However, as Kamal declined, the role went Akshay's direction. 

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