Jean-Claude Van Damme of Bollywood; Akshay Kumar is a king with so many stars on his crown.
A true entertainer by all means, he is one actor that has always been able to bring versatility and exuberance to the screens with his peppy personality and his acting skills. A reel and real-life action megastar, a sparkling comedian, a superb actor, and a jolly human being; Akshay Kumar aren’t the jack of all trades, he is the master of all.
His last movie “Jolly LLB 2” has been declared one of the best movies of 2017 so far. Made with a budget of 45 crores, this movie has made almost 150% more profit by earning as much as 114.47 crores in India till now.
Akshay is back with a band to dazzle the screens with a whole new concept that is getting all the hype for all the right reasons.
Watch the trailer and be amused:
As funny as the name is, the message behind this movie is quite serious.
“Toilet: A Prem Katha” is a satirical humorous take on one of the biggest problems of the rural India I.e. “Toilet”.
The trailer tells the mighty tale of Keshav and Jaya who fall in love with each other and get married. As they continue with their happy married life, they are faced with a commonly faced daily life hurdle of a common man in India; the unavailability of toilets in Keshav’s village which becomes a reason for their relationship to be estranged
This movie is about a common man’s fight against the superstitions of his fellow villagers and the government’s corruption to secure proper sanitation for all.
This bright and bold new concept is totally worth watching and getting appreciation from some of the biggest players in the Bollywood industry like Karan Johar.
The movie is directed by Shree Narayan Singh starring big actors like Bhumi Padnekar, Sana Khan, and Anupam Kher. It’s all set to release on August 11, 2017.
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