Airlift encourages to do more real life stories: Akshay


Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar says the commercial success of his newly released film “Airlift” has encouraged him to make more movies based on real life stories.

Released on January 22, a war thriller – “Airlift” – has earned approximately Rs 54.70 crore at the box office in the country.

“The results speaks for the film. I am very happy with the response and it encourages me to make and be a part of such cinema. These kind of films did not had much prospects when it comes to numbers at the box office,” Akshay told PTI.

“Looking at the numbers, I feel I should try more of these kind of films… Bring real life of people on reel life.

I am hopeful that after this film lot of producers, directors and actors will like to be part of this kind of cinema, that is less of songs and more of content,” he said.

Usually it’s the masala entertainers that earn crores at the box office but the “Holiday” star is quite content with the commercial success of “Airlift”.

“The box office numbers of this film is more than I could imagine,” he adds.

After “Special 26” and “Baby”, Akshay was confident about the success of “Airlift”.


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