Akshay Kumar upcoming movies: On a normal, Akshay Kumar does four movies a year. Halfway as the year progressed, and he is as of now getting ready for the following.
The whiz has evidently marked Neeraj Pandey’s next, which is a humorous parody and titled “Latrine – Ek Prem Katha.” The film concentrates on Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
“Neeraj has been in chats with Akshay for ‘Latrine – Ek Prem Katha.’ It appears Akshay has cherished the script which has a right message. The performing artist has verging on affirmed to Neeraj with who he shares a brilliant compatibility. On the off chance that all goes well then the producers will make the declaration soon,” a source told the day by day.
Composed by Garima-Siddhartha of “Goliyon Ki Rasleela-Ram Leela” notoriety, the drama will be mutually created by Neeraj and Shital Bhatia’s Friday Filmworks and Abundantia Entertainment.
In the interim, here’s a lowdown on the movies Akshay has worked in/is taking a shot at this year:
This Sajid-Farhad film is finished and planned to discharge on June 3. Akshay said it’s a stimulation film, and that is its USP. He is sure that the film will do well in the cinema world.
Akshay wrapped up the wrongdoing thriller in April, after which he tweeted: “It’s an ideal opportunity to rest the top coz its a wrap. A day ago of #Rustom today, painted the town shooting this one! #mixedfeelings.” Directed by Tinu Suresh Desai, the film is set to open in theaters on Aug. 12, same day as Hrithik Roshan’s “Mohenjo Daro.”
In this one, he assumes a negative part, a flaky researcher who transforms into a crow after a lab tests goes amiss. His look, conceptualized and planned by Rocky S, has been named as startling crosswise over productions. He is up against Rajinikanth in this science fiction activity thriller.
From what has been accounted for as of late, this film may have been postponed for the third time. Akshay and Sonakshi Sinha will rejoin on celluloid for the fifth time after “Boisterous Rathore,” “Occasion: A Soldier is Never Off Duty,” “Once Upon Ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara” and “Joker.”