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 . 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 , 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 debut with ‘Isi Life Mein’ and is well-known for his outing in several web series.