In a career spanning over three decades, Akshay Kumar has consistently proven his versatility, seamlessly navigating through various genres and roles.
From social dramas to action, romance to comedy, to playing characters with shades of grey, Kumar has done it all. His ability to bring authenticity to every character has solidified his position as one of the most bankable and talented actors in the Indian film industry.
In his next venture, the Bollywood star is set for yet another avatar as he collaborates with director Mohit Suri and producer Rohit Shetty for the action thriller ‘Psycho’. He will step into the shoes of a “psycho character” with a promise to deliver captivating performance.
The film, set to go on floors in 2024 with a 40-day start-to-finish schedule, marks the first time a project under Rohit Shetty's banner won't be directed by Shetty himself. The excitement within the team is palpable, with everyone eager to bring this thrilling story to life.
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Not one to shy away from playing complex and layered characters, Akshay Kumar has previously showcased his prowess in roles with complex shades, delivering performances that have left an indelible mark on the audience. His nuanced portrayal of a scheming husband in ‘Ajnabee’ (2001) won him the Filmfare Best Villain Award.
He demonstrated his ability to play an antagonist with charisma in ‘Blue’, ‘Khiladi 420’, and ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobaara!’ In ‘Robot 2.0’, Kumar made his Tamil cinema debut, playing the villain Pakshi Rajan, further solidifying his versatility as an actor.
The actor is currently busy with multiple projects, including ‘Khel Khel Mein’ in London, directed by Mudassar Aziz, and a cameo in Rohit Shetty's ‘Singham’, sharing screen space with Ranveer Singh and Ajay Devgn.
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The year 2024 is shaping up to be a monumental one for the actor, with a line-up of diverse and promising films including ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’, ‘Sky Force’, ‘Welcome 3’, and a Hindi remake of the Tamil hit ‘Soorarai Pottru’.