Actress Amy Jackson, who has briefly shot for her portion in superstar Rajinikanth's 2.0 over the last couple of weeks, will join the sets again in May.
"Last week, we shot some action sequences with Rajinikanth and Akshay. It has been so much fun shooting so far. I'm really looking forward to join the sets again in May," Amy told IANS.
Contrary to rumours, Amy's role is not that of a robot's in the film, which is a sequel to the Tamil blockbuster, Enthiran.
Directed by Shankar, the film marks the debut of Akshay Kumar in the Tamil film industry. He will be seen as the antagonist in it.
Amy is also looking forward to this week's Tamil release Theri, starring Vijay.
"Ever since I came to India, I've been waiting for an opportunity to work with Vijay. Now, I feel very blessed," she said.
Theri, which is directed by Atlee, releases in cinemas tomorrow worldwide. The film is said to be a love triangle which is inspired from the Ramayana.