Gold IMAX Trailer Launch: Akshay Kumar & The Boys Stop At Nothing To Clinch An Olympic Medal

The makers of Gold starring Akshay Kumar and Mouni Roy, have released a new trailer of the film just a short while back…

After releasing the first trailer of Gold on June 25, the makers have once again dropped another intriguing trailer and we bet you will be gripped.

The trailer sees 
Akshay Kumar, as the coach, who puts his heart and soul to win gold for India with his team members including Kunal Kapoor, Amit Sadh, Vineet Singh and Sunny Kaushal. The Indian team puts in their blood and sweat to achieve the unimaginable feat of winning independent India its first Olympic gold medal.

Watch the new trailer below:

Taking about the previous trailer, Akshay has clearly done a fab job. It may be recalled, Reema’s last venture Talaash was extremely appreciated. It was heartwarming to see Naagin actress Mouni Roy in the trailer. Often it is seen that if the leading lady is a TV girl, she is not visible in the first trailer at least.

Talking to a leading daily, Akshay seemed extremely buoyant about thus venture. The Padman star had said, “Aaj se 200 saal pehle, hum kisi doosre desh ke National Anthem ke liye khade hote the. Post 1947, when India became a free country, things changed. In 1948, it was for the first time that India, as a free country, played hockey at the Olympic Games hosted in England. Although it was the British who introduced the game to us, in 1948, we went to England and defeated them on their soil. They stood up for our National Anthem that was being played on their land, and it was a glorious moment of pride for free India. This forms the thrust of 'Gold', which is inspired by true incidents. At a time when there are debates about whether one should really stand up when the National Anthem plays in a cinema hall, and whether there should be any mandate on playing it, Reema, Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani (producers) brought a story to me which highlights the importance of our National Anthem.”

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