“Stand there and keep working”

Akshay Kumar On His 16 Consecutive Flops:

Akshay Kumar released here Bad Mian Short Mian Trailer launch event.

New Delhi:

This is not a secret Akshay Kumar Considered one of the most bankable stars in Bollywood. Over the years, the superstar has proven his mettle in genres like comedy, action, romance and more. However, the actor’s last few releases have failed to impress audiences, registering moderate to poor numbers at the box office. recently, At the trailer launch event of his upcoming action thriller Bad Mian Short Mian, Akshay Kumar looks back at some of his recent releases and their box office performance. He said: “We try for every type of film. I don’t stick to one type of style. I kept jumping from one genre to another, success or not, that’s how I’ve always done things. I’ll keep doing it… something social, something good, something funny, in action.

Akshay Kumar added, “I will always be doing different types (of work). I’m not going to stick to one type of thing because people say, ‘Sir, these days comedy and action are very popular. (Nowadays I’m told comedy and action work)’. It doesn’t mean I just have to act. If I do the same thing by myself, I start to get bored. Whether it was or not Toilet: A Love Story, Is it or not Airlift Or Rustom, or many other films I’ve done; Sometimes it succeeds, sometimes it doesn’t.”

Akshay Kumar’s last few theatrical releases include those that failed to make an impression at the box office Samrat Prithviraj, Raksha Bandhan, Ram Setu, Selfie, And Mission Raniganj, about his performance and how he deals with failures, Akshay Kumar said: “It’s not that I haven’t seen (this phase before), there was a time when I had 16 consecutive flops in my career. But I stood there and kept working and will continue to do so. This is one film of the year for which we all have worked so hard and now we are going to see the results. We hope it brings good luck to all of us.”

in Bad Mian Short MianAkshay Kumar will be seen alongside Tiger Shroff, Prithviraj Sukumaran, Manushi Chhillar, Alaya F and Ronit Bose Roy.

Watch the trailer here:

Bad Mian Short Mian It will be released in theaters on April 10.

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