Gold Movie is all about India’s first Olympics Gold Medal as a free nation in 1948 Starring Akshay Kumar, Mouni Roy and Amit Sadh, The Film has been directed by Reema Kagti. It is a biopic of Balbir Singh Sr. who was on the team when India won the Gold at the Olympics.
Akshay Kumar’s upcoming attractions.
Akshay Kumar who is all set for the release of his upcoming movie Padman, (based on the real life struggle of Arunachalam Muruganantham ‘Pad Man’ of India) on 9th February decides to release the first trailer of his upcoming big venture ‘Gold’ today on 5th February. Gold is an account of how Indian Men’s Hockey team wins a Gold Medal at the London Olympics in 1948 soon after the Indian Independence. It is the first Gold of India since Independence and hence holds a special place. Gold is targeted to hit the Big Screen on the Independence Day this year 2018.
Trailer of Gold released.
The trailer of Akshay Kumar’s upcoming movie has just released and its heart throbbing. Watch it here.
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Publiée par Akshay Kumar sur Lundi 5 février 2018
Cast and Crew of ‘Gold’.
Akshay Kumar is the lead attraction and the face of Gold. Gold has been directed by Reema Kagti and also starres Amit Sadh and Mouni Roy in the lead roles. The shooting of the film was completed in December and now it is going through final edits and prepares for promotions mean while. Gold is the first collaboration of Akshay Kumar and Farhan Akhtar’s Excel Entertainment.
Ajay Devgn’s upcoming action ‘Raid’.
Ajay Devgn is Also scheduled to release the first trailer of the Upcoming action ‘Raid’ on 6th February 2018. Ajay Devgn works as an Income Tax officer in Uttar Pradesh back in 1980’s. It revolves around the IT raids carried out. The movie has been written by Ritesh Shah the famous writer who also scripted Pink and Airlift. The film has been produced by Kumar Mangat and Bhushan Kumar.
A lot of action films of the big faces picturised in the 19th century will be seen this year. Gear up for the action filled 2018.