Akshay Kumar is all set to entertain the masses with his first release of 2020 titled Sooryavanshi. Directed by Rohit Shetty, the superstar plays a cop in this action-drama that also stars Katrina Kaif in the lead role.

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The trailer of the film released 2 weeks ago and has received tremendous response. Akshay is back in his action avatar again with a big commercial film and it reminded his fans of his 90s and early 2000s films. In the Sooryavanshi trailer, there’s a dialogue of Akshay that there is only one religion and that is ‘being Indian’. In an interview with PTI, the Housefull 4 actor was asked about it.

Akshay Kumar On Sooryavanshi Being Relevant In Current Times Of Communal Unrest: "It's A Coincidence"
Akshay Kumar On Sooryavanshi Being Relevant In Current Times Of Communal Unrest: “It’s A Coincidence”

The actor said, “I don’t believe in any religion. I only believe in being Indian and that is what the film also shows. The idea of being an Indian and not about being a Parsi or a Hindu or or a Muslim, we haven’t looked at it on the basis of the religion.”

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So is his film relevant to the current situation in India due to the communal unrest happening in the country? Akshay Kumar answered, “It is a coincidence. We haven’t made it deliberately (now). But, yes, it is very much a relevant film today.”

Sooryavanshi will also feature Ajay Devgn as Singham and Ranveer Singh as Simmba. The duo will have a special appearance in the film. This Akshay-Katrina starrer is all set to hit the screens on March 24, 2020.

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