‘Isko Roko Yaar’: Akshay Kumar’s Trolled For His Look As Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj!

After earning a massive fan following by giving various superhits in the Bollywood film industry, Akshay Kumar’s 2022 was disappointing due to back-to-back flop movies. After the miserable performance of Bachchan Pandey, Samrat Prithviraj, Raksha Bandhan, Cuttputlli and Ram Setu in 2022, Akshay Kumar is not ready to mark his acting debut in the Marathi film industry. 

Yes, Akshay has got an offer to play the historic character of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in the upcoming Marathi movie Veer Daudale Saat. And recently the first look of the actor dressed as the Maratha warrior from the film has been released. 

No doubt, some fans are definitely awestruck after watching Akshay Kumar in the royal get up and dressed as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. They are not only liking his looks but also awaiting the release of the project already. Have a look at some positive comments by fans; 

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But this is not where the story ends. On the other hand, there is a huge part of the internet that is not convinced with Akshay Kumar playing this specific role. Some netizens are trolling Akshay for being unfit for the role and suggesting him to stop ruining mythological and historical characters. Have a look; 

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Akshay Kumar has not reacted to the troll and criticism yet, but his first look from his upcoming & first-ever Marathi movie has already grabbed everyone’s eyeballs.

Moreover, coming to the credits, the film, Veer Daudale Saat will revolve around the seven Maratha officers of Swarajya, who were appointed by Chhatrapati Shivaji. Directed by senior actor and director Mahesh Majrekar, the film’s muhurat shot was held in Mumbai on 2 November 2022. More details about the film are yet to be out, but it is scheduled for its release on Diwali 2023.

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