Akshay Kumar Pulls Karan Johar’s Leg As He Wishes Akki By Plugging His Next, Good News
Akshay Kumar celebrates his 52nd birthday today and social media is flooded with wishes for him. Best came from Karan Johar who took this opportunity to announce the release date of his new film Good News starring Akshay. Akki, in return, gave a kickass reply to KJo
It is Akshay Kumar’s 52nd birthday and how can it not be special? Almost all the biggies from Bollywood took to social media to wish the handsome star. Going a step forward, producer and director Karan Johar revealed the release date of his film Good News that has Akshay Kumar in the lead. Karan took to Twitter and shared his film Good News will make it to the theatres on December 27, 2019. Akshay, who then thanked everyone on Twitter for the wishes, had a hilarious reply to KJo’s tweet.
Akshay being himself pulled Karan’s leg for not sparing him on his birthday and jumping on the every plug-in opportunity that he gets. Replying to KJo’s tweet, Akshay said, “Didn’t leave my birthday also for a plug-in opportunity Thank you Karan, that’s #GoodNews indeed.” LOLOL!
Apart from this announcement, another big revelation came in, in the form of Prithviraj. Akshay shared the teaser of his first historical drama Prithviraj which is in collaboration with YRF. He shared the teaser on Instagram and wrote, “Truly happy to share the news of my first historical film on my birthday. I’m humbled to have the opportunity to play a hero I look up to for his valor and values - Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan - in one of my biggest films #Prithviraj produced by @yrf . Directed by #DrChandraprakashDwivedi. #Prithviraj in theatres Diwali 2020.”
With this, Akshay has blocked all the big festivals for his films. We’ll Good News in Christmas, Laxmmi Bomb in Eid and Prithviraj in Diwali. No wonder Akki is in such a great mood on his birthday!
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