Zero kelvin , also known as absolute zero is the lowest temperature possible on the kelvin scale which is physically unattainable. Nothing can be colder than on the kelvin scale.
According to the third law of thermodynamics, “ A system has entropy at if and only if the system is in the pure state.”
Since a system can not avoid interaction with the environment and always exchange energy with the surroundings, it is impossible to achieve temperature.
Also, according to Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, “Reaching means there is no particle moving, which implies that the system is in a state where we can know the momentum and position of the particle at the same time, which is not possible.”