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BOLLYWOOD: Akshay's disclosure, 'directors thought I did not get acting'

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Akshay Kumar told that he did only action films in the beginning of his career. Because the producers and directors thought that I would not be able to act.
Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar on Monday made several disclosures in the panel discussion titled 'Universal Access to SENNATION' on the occasion of World Toilet Day. Akshay said that he worked in action films only at the beginning of his career. Because the producers and directors of their films thought that they could not act in movies.
               

BIG NEWS FOR AKSHAY

Talk about work front, Akshay will be seen in film 2.0. Akshay is in the negative role in this film. On the trailer launch, Akshay Kumar told about his role in the film '2.0'. He said, "In the film, I made the make-up for the character. Never did so much in his life so far. It was a very challenging role. It needed to make about 4 hours of make-up and the second one was about half an hour to get rid of it. " Apart from this Akshay will be seen in Housefull 4 and Mission Mangal.

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         Akshay said, "So far, I have worked in about 135-140 films.I started my action in the beginning of my career because my producers and directors thought I would not be able to act. Made the action. "

Actor said, "Slowly, I started doing comedy and romantic movies. Then I started doing socially relevant movies." Akshay said, "So far, I have worked in about 135-140 films.I started my action in the beginning of my career because my producers and directors thought I would not be able to act. Made the action. "

Actor said, "Slowly, I started doing comedy and romantic movies. Then I started doing socially relevant movies." said, "So far, I have worked in about 135-140 films.I started my action in the beginning of my career because my producers and directors thought I would not be able to act. Made the action. "

Actor said, "Slowly, I started doing comedy and romantic movies. Then I started doing socially relevant movies."

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