Bhumi Pednekar joins the actors in Akshay Kumar’s Raksha Bandhan film

Bhumi Pednekar joins the actors in Akshay Kumar’s Raksha Bandhan film

Bollywood actor Bhumi Pednekar has joined the film Raksha Bandhan by actor Akshay Kumar and director Aanand L Rai. This will be Bhumi’s second film, after Akshay with Toilet: Ek Prem Katha.

Bhumi took to Instagram to share a photo of himself with Akshay and Aanand. The title reads: “A very special film and a very special Reunion. I am delighted to be collaborating again with the collaboration of my two strong creatives and human beings. #Thank you so much #RakshaBandhan for being a part of this unique and moving story.”

Akshay shared the same photo with the text saying “when you’re happy with this, it shows up”. And that’s it … @bhumipednekar Being onboard #RakshaBandhan. “

Akshay Kumar and Aanand L Rai are also collaborating on Atrangi Re, which also stars Dhanush and Sara Ali Khan.

Raksha Bandhan is about a bond between siblings and has been written by Aanand’s longtime collaborator Himanshu Sharma. While announcing the film with a poster, Akshay wrote, “The story that touches your heart so deeply and so immediately is the fastest I’ve ever signed a film in my career. .sister. Thank you @aanandlrai, this is very special. “

Speaking about the film, Akshay Kumar said earlier in a statement: “In life you hardly find a story that touches your heart so deeply and immediately!” It will make you laugh, and it will make you cry. And we will realize how happy those sisters are. It makes me happier to be presenting and producing this film with my sister Alka along with director Aanand L Rai. I can’t thank him enough for bringing me one of the most special films of my life. “

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Not only Raksha Bandhan, Akshay’s next films are Sooryavanshi, Atrangi Re, Prithviraj, Bell Bottom, Ram Setu and Bachchan Pandey. Bhumi’s future films include Badhaai Do and Mr Lele.

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