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Akshay Kumar New Movie: Akshay Kumar started shooting in London, the name of the film is not decided, Sardar seen in the leaked photo

Akshay Kumar Upcoming Movie: Recently, after the flop of Emperor Prithviraj, Akshay was in a lot of discussion, while now Akshay is seen in a new look and new style. It is being said that she is busy shooting for the film in London.

Akshay Kumar New Movie Look Reveal: After being in all the headlines, now Akshay Kumar has again started shooting for the new film. A picture has been leaked from the sets of Akshay Kumar in which he is seen in Sikh’s Get Up.

He has a turban on his head, spectacles on his eyes, wearing a big beard, he is seen standing in the fields. It is being said that the name of the film is not yet decided but its shooting has started in London.

Let us tell you that this time Akshay Kumar has joined hands with Vasu Bhagnani and his film will be directed by Tinu Suresh Desai.

What will be the name of the film or what will be its story. Not much information has been received about this at the moment, but Akki is currently busy shooting for it in London.

It is being said that this picture was clicked by a fan during the shooting and shared it on Instagram. Akki will return to India after completing the shooting of the film by August.

Emperor Prithviraj was a flop

At the same time, Akshay Kumar was in a lot of discussion recently because his emperor Prithviraj was released and flopped badly. At the same time, there was a lot of uproar on social media about its flop.

It was said that the makers have blamed Akshay Kumar for the film’s flop because Akshay Kumar did not show the time and dedication required for this character. As a result the film was a flop.

Although Akshay Kumar did not say anything on this nor did any written statement come from the makers, but it was a big budget movie which was made with blood, sweat and crores of rupees like water. But the film was a flop due to which the makers got a big setback.

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