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Akshay Kumar Breakaway News

  • | September 21st, 2011

    Why does Russell Peters hate Bollywood?

    Why does Russell Peters hate Bollywood?

    Despite the fact that the Indo-Canadian stand-up comedian Russell Peters is working in Akshay Kumar’s production Speedy Singhs, he is very vocal about his dislike for Bollywood. He said in a recent interview, “I hate Bollywood. The movies are all garbage, just terrible. It’s my opinion, obviously there are billions who like and love them. I don’t like all the singing, dancing and the dramatic crying. I have never seen a Bollywood film in my life. I have refused to do them earlier and will do so in future. But I hope some filmmakers take a chance to make real movies.” We would like to hear from the Khiladi Kumar about his take on Peter’s hatred.
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  • | September 12th, 2011

    SPEEDY SINGHS song: Shera di kaum Punjabi

    SPEEDY SINGHS song: Shera di kaum Punjabi

    Catch the new number from Akshay Kumar’s film
    Shera di kaum Punjabi is a song from Akshay Kumar’s home production titled Speedy Singhs. The song features Akshay Kumar, RDB and Ludacris. The film was earlier titled Breakaway. Set in suburban Toronto, the film tracks a young man struggling between traditional Indo-Canadian family expectations and his dreams of hockey stardom.
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  • | August 17th, 2011

    Shahid, Naseer to join Akshay at TIFF 2011

    Shahid, Naseer to join Akshay at TIFF 2011

    Apart from Breakaway, four more Indian films will be screened at the Toronto International Film Festival
    Finally some good news for Team Mausam. The Shahid Kapoor-Sonam Kapoor starrer will be showcased at the Toronto International Film Festival as a special presentation. As will the Akshay Kumar-produced hockey film, Breakaway. This comes as a relief to the makers and fans of Mausam, who were disappointed when their plans to launch the film’s music in London had to be cancelled due to the riots that rocked that city last week. Click here to read more