Holiday new poster: Does Akshay Kumar remind you of a comic book cover?

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The Ghajini director seems to be taking inspiration from Indian comic strips while designing the poster of his upcoming Bollywood film

AR Murugadoss is out with another poster of Holiday starring Akshay Kumar, Sonakshi Sinha and Govinda. Akki had impressed us with the first poster of the film where he was seen holding balloons in his hand and facing a city which was being burnt to ashes with numerous bomb blasts. His soldier avatar was impressive then, and even in this poster he has the perfect looks to carry off the role of army Captain Viraat Bakshi.

This poster looks like any Doga or Parmanu comic book covers. The cover shows Akshay standing on a pile of debris while there is a blast happening behind him and other officers of the DIA (Defence Intelligence Agency) pointing their guns at various directions. No offence to the comic books because we love them to the core and we are happy that this poster reminded us of them.

Holiday trailer: Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha look promising once again!

Getting back to Akshay’s look, he suits the look of a soldier to the T, just like he did in the past with films like Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyon and Chalo Dilli. With a tagline ‘A Soldier Is Never Off Duty’, the poster depicts an exciting and thrilling action crime film.

Akshay Kumar: If I wasn’t an actor, I would have been a DIA!

The film is a remake of the south hit Thuppaki and would be the sixth outing of the lead pair after Rowdy Rathore, Joker, OMG-Oh My God!, Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobaara and Boss. Govinda also has a very crucial role to play in the film. The movie is all slated to hit the theatres on June 6, 2014 and with newer posters coming out one after the other, we can’t wait to watch the film. What about you BollywoodLifers?

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    it looks like expendables 2 poster

  • why

    why so many guns on poster? this poster has been designed to popularize guns and gun culture, so that people fight and kill each other. PLEASE CHANGE THIS POSTER.

    • A.k

      Its the remake of Vijay’s Thuppakki…
      Thuppakki means Gun..
      Before Holiday.. the movie named was Pistol..

      Dont knw y they changed the movie Name…

      • why

        The trailer of ‘Holiday’ ,the movie, is impressive. I am looking forward to watching it. There could be better options for the poster though, so that general public feels closer to the movie, and more people come to watch it. Every person holding a gun gives an unrealistic feel for the movie.

        All the best!

  • sameer

    Dear Why, If girls were allowed to keep guns there would not have been so many rapes. I think you need to think about it….

  • sameer

    This poster of superstar Akshay Kumar in Holiday is hugely impressive. God can’t wait for holiday.



    • why

      Why this childhood pick of Akshay?? Abe Vivek, Akshay ki jawaani ki photo laga, wo zyada impressive lagegi!!