The Bollywood’s Khiladi Akshay Kumar is all set to come up with his new comedy film Good Newwwz wherein he has worked with Kareena Kapoor Khan, Diljit Dosanjh, Kiara Advani, and Sukhbir. The film’s trailer and the song ‘Sauda Khara Khara’ got released on 3rd December which is hitting the number of likes, shares, and comments on social media. The combination of Akshay Kumar and Diljit Dosanjh in the film attracts good reviews as both actors are quite good in comedy scenes.
The film is about the pregnancy issues of the couples and while fixing the problem they indulge in a big problem. While promoting the film Akshay Kumar has opened up about his journey with the debut directors or new directors in the film industry and for not being directed by the big directors like Karan Johar.
When it comes to speaking clear out, Akshay Kumar always speaks loudly and here also he raised a question about for not being cast by the big directors.
Starts with Raj Mehta’s directorial film Good Newwwz, Akshay Kumar revealed why he has never worked with the big directors.
The actor said that “When big people don’t take you (in their films), you have to start your own journey. If you don’t get a job in a big publication, you will go through a smaller one. From there you jump. You cannot just sit at home and wonder why people don’t take me (in their films) despite me being so capable.”
When he was asked if there was a season when the big directors were only chosen Khans, Akshay replied “They (big directors) went to the people who deserved. You see, it’s not that only the Khans were around. There were the Kapoors and the others. I presume I didn’t deserve it, so I earned it my way.”
He further added “I still don’t have big directors (directing me). They are producing films with me, but they are not directing. Mr Karan Johar is there, you should ask him. You should ask Adi Chopra,”
While talking about his director of the film he said “Raj (Mehta, Good Newwz director) is my 21st new director. I also feel their greed to do good work is far more than many old directors. For them, it is a do or die situation, because (they think) if the film doesn’t work, then they are finished.”
He also added “My input is nothing. I am not any kind of guiding force. I have not opened a school. They come, they do their own work. They do a good job, that’s why they are with me. Actually, more than anything else I trust the script and the screenplay. With that 60 percent of your job is done. The rest is done by the director,”