Akshay Kumar to Star in ‘The Great Indian Rescue’ Film Based on 1989 Mining Operation
Akshay Kumar is a unique Bollywood celebrity who is committed to completing and releasing multiple films in a year. Despite his recent films not performing well at the box office, his popularity remains steadfast and his upcoming projects are highly anticipated. One of his forthcoming movies is centered around an actual event that occurred in a mine in 1989. The film, previously referred to as Capsule Gill, has been a long-time work in progress.
Akshay Kumar next film retitled as The Great Indian Rescue
According to an insider, the movie formerly referred to as Capsule Gill has now been retitled as The Great Indian Rescue. The filmmakers believe that this new title better suits the movie’s storyline and has a stronger impact. The film is inspired by an incredible real-life rescue operation, and the new title reflects the significance of the mission.
Trade sources suggest that The Great Indian Rescue is slated for a theatrical release this year, and it may be Akshay Kumar’s next film after Selfiee. However, the Soorarai Pottru remake is also scheduled to release on September 1, and it is unclear which film will hit the theaters first.
The upcoming film, The Great Indian Rescue, revolves around the heroic act of former additional chief mining engineer, Jaswant Singh Gill, who saved the lives of 65 people stuck in a flooded coal mine in West Bengal in 1989. Shot in Yorkshire last year, the film features Akshay Kumar in a turbaned look, and the first look of his character has already created a buzz among fans.
The Great Indian Rescue, which is based on the real-life incident of Jaswant Singh Gill saving 65 people trapped in a flooded coal mine, stars Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra and is produced by Pooja Entertainment. The film is directed by Tinu Suresh Desai, who had previously worked with Akshay Kumar in the 2016 courtroom drama, Rustom.
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