Akshay Kumar thinks there is no particular formula to create box office success, In the wake of spending over two decades in the film business and with numerous hits amazingly, performing artist Akshay Kumar thinks there is no specific “equation” to make a film industry achievement.
“I think even an awful substance film works. Now and again even a decent film doesn’t work. I have an ordeal of 25 years in this industry, and I feel a film accompanies its own predetermination. There is no equation accordingly what works and what doesn’t,” Akshay said in a meeting.
Akshay Kumar thinks there is no particular formula to create box office success
“Everyone needs to make a film that is high in substance. Everybody tries to make a Mughal-E-Azam, however it is impractical,” he said. The Baby star is as of now taking a shot at Raja Menon’s Airlift in which he assumes the part of a powerful agent in 1990, when Iraq attacked Kuwait and more than one lakh Indians were emptied from a Kuwait under assault.
Additionally, he is likewise dealing with Housefull 3 and Rustom.
Akshay, with activity and parody as his strong point, said that he trusts in doing changed parts going from comic drama to dramatization to activity. “I appreciate doing everything. In this way, I am doing all sort of movies,” he said.
Of his “customary range of familiarity” with regards to acting, Akshay said: “I think I am alright with drama and activity yet a testing part or a film is generally pleasant. Like this film, Airlift and Rustom was a test, while Housefull 3 is a safe place.”