Indian American actor Akshay Oberoi in Ken Ghosh’s ‘State of Siege: Temple Attack’

Indian American actor Akshay Oberoi in Ken Ghosh’s ‘State of Siege: Temple Attack’

Juggling multiple projects at the same time, Indian American actor Akshay Oberoi is determined to showcase his versatility. The talent associated with miniseries ‘Flesh’ will be seen in a special appearance as an Indian commando in Ken Ghosh's ‘State Of Siege: Temple Attack’, headlined by Akshaye Khanna.

The upcoming film is a streaming platform outing slated to screen on ZEE5. The Ken Ghosh directorial is based on the Akshardham Temple terror strike of September 24, 2002, in Gandhinagar, Gujarat. ‘State Of Siege: Temple Attack’ will depict how the terrorist attack at Akshardham Temple, which claimed over 30 lives and left 80 injured, unfolded.

Oberoi and Khanna will be seen as brothers in arms in the film.

Talking about his cameo, Akshay Oberoi says: “I play Akshaye Khanna's best friend and younger brother (in arms). Ken Ghosh and ZEE5 approached me for it and I was game.

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“I shot for 3-4 days in Manali for it and had lots of fun. I loved the experience of wearing a uniform as a commando and my respect for them is much greater now.”

Oberoi's upcoming projects include ‘KTina’ by Balaji Motion Pictures, Vikram Bhatt's ‘Cold’ and ‘Thiruttu Payale 2’.

The American-born actor is the cousin of actor Vivek Oberoi and nephew of veteran actor Suresh Oberoi. He made his Bollywood debut with ‘Isi Life Mein’ and is well-known for his outing in several web series.

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