Akshay Kumar Will Wrap Up Shooting For Raksha Bandhan And Cinderella In October; Actor Will Then Move On To Oh My God's Sequel -Report

According to a report in Pinkvilla, Akshay Kumar will wrap up shooting for Raksha Bandhan and Cinderella by October end. Read on!

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Akshay Kumar Will Wrap Up Shooting For Raksha Bandhan And Cinderella In October; Actor Will Then Move On To Oh My God's Sequel -Report
Akshay Kumar's kitty is full of interesting projects. The actor, as many know, has already wrapped up shooting for Atrangi Re, Prithviraj and Bachchan Pandey. He is currently shooting for his film Raksha Bandhan in Chandni Chowk. And as per a report in Pinkvilla, Akshay will wrap up shooting for the same in October. Besides that, he will also wrap up Cinderella.

As per a report in Pinkvilla, "Akshay Kumar completed an 8-day schedule of Cinderella in London and straight away rushed to Delhi to commence work on the final leg of Aanand L Rai's Raksha Bandhan. The actor finishes work on this film by October 15 and will be off to Shimla for another schedule of Cinderella. It's a 10-day shoot at real locations from October 18, before finally calling it a film wrap." The report further added that he would have completed Cinderella and Raksha Bandhan in less than 38 shooting days. 

After finishing Cinderella, Akshay will start shooting for his appearance in the Oh My God sequel. He will shoot for the same for 15 days and will later start working on Ram Setu. According to Pinkvilla, Ram Setu will be shot for over 40 days in Sri Lanka from Mid-November. ALSO READ:Raksha Bandhan: Akshay Kumar Shares On-Set Video As He Goes For A Morning Run While Shooting For The Film At His Birthplace 'Chandni Chowk' -WATCH
From January, Akshay will kick off director Raj Mehta's upcoming film, Driving Licence. Apart from that, he also has a comedy under his kitty.

Earlier, Akshay Kumar had opened up about doing multiple projects in a year. Speaking to News18, he had said, "I am not an actor who takes a couple of months to get into the character. I start a film, finish it and move on to my next project. I have been doing this for my entire career, I don't think why I should stop it. I don't find difficulty. I work eight hours a day. I take maximum holidays in the film industry and manage to do three-four films a year and release them. If your work becomes your passion, you get the energy automatically."







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