Directed by Sudha Kongara, the upcoming drama film also stars Radhika Madan and Paresh Rawal.
Akshay Kumar (source: Instagram)
Last Updated: 01.37 PM, Mar 21, 2023
Akshay Kumar has finally dropped the first poster of his highly anticipated drama film, which is an official Hindi remake of Suriya starrer Soorarai Pottru. Directed by Sudha Kongara, the upcoming untitled movie also stars Radhika Madan and Paresh Rawal. The title of the film is yet to be announced.
Akshay took to social media to share the latest poster that features him as a shadow, who is holding a helmet on the side along with wearing a pair of sunglasses and a uniform. He shared the image with an interesting caption and also mentioned that the official name of the upcoming Hindi remake is yet to be out. The actor's latest IG post reads, "We are ready for take off! Production No. 27 (Untitled) releases in theatres worldwide on 1st September, 2023. (sic)."
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Akshay tagged a few important crew and cast of the film including his co-actor Madan, Paresh Rawal, director Kongara along with the producers of the upcoming film Suriya and Jyothika.
Interestingly, the Soorarai Pottru star is set for a special cameo in the forthcoming Hindi flick.
Check out the poster here:
Akshay announced his highly anticipated project in June 2022 and also thanked Suriya in his post which reads, "Thank you brother @actorsuriya Loving every moment shooting for the retelling of an inspirational story like #SooraraiPottru. And being in Chennai is all ♥️ despite our strict captain @sudha_kongara! (Sic)."
Check out the old post here:
Backed by Suriya, Jyothika, Aruna Bhatia and Vikram Malhotra, the biographical drama movie is inspired by events from the life of G. R. Gopinath, founder of Indian low-cost airline Simplifly Deccan.
Akshay's upcoming untitled film is slated to release in theatres on September 1, 2023.
Meanwhile, Soorarai Pottru is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video