Akshay Kumar Gets TROLLED For Sporting Same Moustache Look In Raksha Bandhan: 'Ghar Pe Padi Puraani Mooch Laga Li’

Several netizens troll Akshay Kumar for sporting the same old moustache look in his upcoming film 'Raksha Bandhan'

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Akshay Kumar Gets TROLLED For Sporting Same Moustache Look In Raksha Bandhan: 'Ghar Pe Padi Puraani Mooch Laga Li’
Bollywood’s Hit-machine Akshay Kumar is all set for his next release ‘Raksha Bandhan’, whose trailer was released yesterday. The trailer showcases the love and sacrifice of the elder brother (Akshay) for his sisters and it has left netizens quite impressed. However, Khiladi Kumar’s look in the movie has miffed a few netizens who trolled Akshay for keeping the same moustache in every film. Many users pointed out why the actor is not experimenting with his look as he does with acting.     

In fact, eagle-eyed fans mentioned that Akshay’s look reminds them of his previous films like Jolly LLB, Gold, and Samrat Prithviraj where he sported the same moustachee look. Reacting to the trailer, one user tweeted, “Baki sab to thik hai, Same look kyu hai har movie mai - Jolly LLB, Toilet Ek Prem Katha, Gold , PRC, RB, Bachchhan Paandey mein bhi tha thoda sa, Bell Bottom mein bhi yahi look tha.” Another troll reacted, “Are bhaiya, Aajkal jab log realistic look rakhte hain, looks ka bahut dhyaan dete hain, Tumne fir vahi khel kar diya...Ghar me padi purani mooch laga li. Bhaiya paisa kamaane ke chakkar me fans ko sharminda karte hue sharm nahi aati? Bina mooch ke bhi ye role ho skta tha.” ALSO READ: Raksha Bandhan Trailer: Akshay Kumar’s Family Drama Portrays, ‘Sometimes Being A Brother Is Even Better Than Being A Superhero’

Going by the criticism, it is evident that Akshay has failed to impress a certain section of people with his look in ‘Raksha Bandhan’.

Meanwhile, the trailer of Anand L. Rai’s directorial was released yesterday in Delhi in the presence of the entire star cast including Akshay, Bhumi Pednekar, writer Himanshu Sharma and others.' Raksha Bandhan' tells the story of an Indian brother who refuses to get married till his sisters are married off. The social drama also highlights the issue of dowry in India. It is slated to hit the theatres on August 11 this year.

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