Akshay Kumar, who is now seeing doing films more on socially based issues and real stories as an actor, will he end up his career being producer? In an interview with media Akshay said that he want to make a film with a girl in lead character of the film. The film will be female oriented and therefore i want someone with that strong and tough personality to fit into the character of the film.
He is looking for an actress like Deepika Padukone, Anushka Sharma and Vidya Balan who is mentally strong enough to portray the required character. However, Akshay is in search of some new face. Before, our action hero will be seen supporting female oriented film there were other big actors like Amir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan seemed supporting such sub-genre. The best and fresh example of movies reinforced by the Bollywood stars are Secret Superstar and Dear Zindagi.
Even the film star Akshay was observed holding up Taapsee’s strong character in the film Naam Shabana. All these suggested movies were super-hit films and praised greatly by the audiences. Recently, movies like Veere Di Wedding and Raazi became the best film of the year 2018 being coming out of same female oriented genre.
Both the films entered 100 crore club though their start wasn’t so good but as the opening week crossed, the movies really hit the chart buster list.Wherein, Lot of changes are being observed in glamorous industry talking on the same Akshay says, “It’s time the industry as a whole started giving that respect to our actresses. A film isn’t complete without a hero. Similarly, movies can’t be made without the heroine either. I would happily do these roles whenever necessary.” The National Award winner reveals that right after Airlift released, he was in talks with his co-star Nimrat Kaur for a project. “I remember we had spoken about it but it didn’t work out,” he says.
Soon our handsome and action hero will be seen producing the film with female-centric content; for which he is in hunt of an actress with new face and suitable to the role to be played.