The hit machine of Bollywood, Akshay Kumar is not only the busiest but also one of the highest earners in the industry. Till now, the Khiladi has given eight Rs 100 crore films, which is second most by any actor after Salman Khan. Akki has always been known as the producer’s actor because of his great speed of wrapping up films before schedule as well as making almost every of his venture a profitable affair. Due to all these factors, the industry, audience and box office always favour Akshay by giving his successful films. (Also Read: R Balki on working with Akshay Kumar: He doesn’t like complications)
Coming to his futures projects, Rs 700 crore is riding on this Khiladi’s shoulders at the box office. Currently, Akki is lined up with five films which are…
Pad Man – Rs 80 crore
Akshay Kumar has gone all out to promote this biographical social drama among the audience. With great marketing strategy and interesting concept, we are expecting Pad Man to be next Akshay Kumar’s next 100 crore film at the box office.
2.0 – Rs 400 crore
Rs 400 crore! Yes, that’s the budget of this Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar starrer 2.0. The sci-fi adventure is the sequel to Enthiran (Robot) and by looking at its posters and the buzz around it, we are expecting it to be the next Baahubali at the box office.
Gold – Rs 70 crore
Akshay Kumar has stepped into the shoes of Hockey coach for Reema Kagti’s Gold. The teaser of the film was released a few days back and by watching it, we are sure that Gold will definitely enjoy a golden run at the box office.
Kesari – Rs 55 crore
In Kesari, Akshay Kumar will play the role of Havildar Ishar Singh. The film is based on the epic battle of Saragarhi and also stars Parineeti Chopra in a lead role. By looking at the first look, we are sure that the film will be a huge hit.
Housefull 4 – Rs 100 crore
The fourth installment of Housefull franchise is expected to be grander and larger than its previous parts. As per the reports, the makers of this comedy caper are planning to spend around Rs 75 crore solely for its VFX.