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Akshay Kumar replied to R. Madhavan’s comment on movie making time

Akshay Kumar replied to R. Madhavan’s comment on movie making time

Akshay Kumar replied to R. Madhavan’s comment on movie making time

Akshay Kumar reportedly asked himself what he could do if his films ended up being finished sooner.

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  • A few days ago, rumours circulated that Kumar had said the filming of his historical drama “Samrat Prithviraj” took barely 42 days.
  • In an apparent jab at it, R. Madhavan claimed that movies cannot be produced in just three to four months.
  • Akshay reportedly asked himself what he could do if his films ended up being finished sooner.
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A few days ago, rumours circulated that Akshay Kumar had said the filming of his historical drama “Samrat Prithviraj” took barely 42 days. In an apparent jab at it, actor-director R. Madhavan of “The Rocketry: The Nambi Effect” claimed that movies cannot be produced in just three to four months. And in response, Akshay Kumar reportedly asked himself what he could do if his films ended up being finished sooner.

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According to reports, Madhavan said that it took more than a year to shoot films like “RRR” and “Pushpa” during the promotion of “The Rocketry.” He then allegedly poked fun at Khiladi Kumar by remarking that movies aren’t made in only three to five months.

When Akshay was asked to respond to this lately during the song premiere for his next film “Rakshabandhan,” he responded, “What can he comment on when his movies do get wrapped early.” When the director declares that his work is complete, he claimed, he is not authorised to argue with him.

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