Akshay Kumar, Raksha Bandhan co-stars Bhumi Pednekar, Sahajmin Kaur, Deepika Khanna, Sadia Khatib, and Smriti Srikkanth along with director Aanand L Rai attended the trailer launch event of their upcoming film Raksha Bandhan in the national capital. The actor, whose film will hit the theaters on August 11, opened up about the film and his relationship with his real sister Alka. He also explained how that relationship was the basis of what he did in the film. But not only this, he also hit back at the journalists who had put strange questions on him.
during the event. A person asked him how he dealt with the ‘sweet tantrums’ of women ever since he has been sharing the screen with 5 women here. To this, Akshay immediately replied, “First of all, tell me which girl are you hanging out with? I did not see any tantra of them. No sweet vet no tantrum. I felt very normal. Which tantras have you faced? (First of all tell me which girls are you hanging out with? I didn’t see any tantrums, sweets or anything in them. I found everything very normal. What kind of tantrums did you have to endure?)
He said, “There was no such tantrum with these people. Came to do the maze and left by doing the maze (I didn’t see any tantrums from them, we were there to have fun and we did that and left). ,
Another reporter asked him whether he was playing the role of the younger brother, or the elder, to which he said, “Meri Umar Dekh Ke Kya Lagta Hai Aapko? (Given my age what do you think?) I am clearly playing the older brother.
The actor also spoke about shedding light on dowry in the trailer and said, “In this film we are not only talking about dowry but also presenting a solution to the nation and the world.” He referred to his earlier films like Toilet: Ek Prem Katha and Padman and said that he loves being a part of films that not only point out a problem but also offer a solution.
The film will release on August 11 along with Aamir Khan starrer Laal Singh Chaddha.
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