Continuing the legacy of #ThrowbackThursday, we are here with yet another major flashback featuring Akshay Kumar and his evergreen quirkiness. The video dates back to 1992 when his film Khiladi was released.
In the video, we can see Akshay Kumar conversing with public outside theatres taking their feedback on the film. While talking with a Punjabi man, he sweetly adapts the language and continues the conversation. Check out the video below:
Meanwhile, Shri Rajput Karni Sena, which protested against the screening of Bollywood film Padmavat over ‘tampering’ of historical facts, here on Monday, blocked the shooting of film Prithviraj Chauhan.
The film, being produced under the Yashraj banner and with Akshay Kumar playing the lead, was being shot near Jamwaramgarh in the Jaipur district. The film is being directed by Chandra Prakash Dwivedi.
The Karni Sena activists reached the spot and asked the director to stop shooting. They alleged the film was being shot as a love story and not as a warrior’s tale. The protest was led by Karni Sena’s national president Mahipal Singh Makrana.
Stick to this space for more ‘Filmy Dialogues’. We’ll be back on Monday with an inspiring #MondayMotivation.