IPS officer points out a flaw in Sooryavanshi BTS; Akshay Kumar answers


The weekend was full of movie announcements back-to-back. It started with the announcement that theaters are reopening, and soon Akshay Kumar drops the news that his long-awaited film Sooryavanshi is now going to cinemas from October 22nd. To share the news, the superstar had shared a BTS photo where we see himself in a police avatar and with him are Singham aka Ajay Devgn and Simmba aka Ranveer Singh chatting honestly with their Chief of Police University Director Rohit Shetty.


As soon as the picture went online, an IPS officer took to his Twitter and tweeted to Akshay Kumar and said that this picture is wrong. He pointed out how Ranveer Singh’s character Simmba is lower in position to the other two officers, and there is no way in reality that an inspector would sit like that in front of his elders. The IPS officer’s handle named RK Vij said: “Inspector Saheb is sitting while SP is standing, it’s not like that, sir.”

Akshay Kumar quickly clarified and replied: “Sir, this is just a picture behind the scenes. For us actors, the moment the cameras turn on, the protocols are followed immediately. Greetings forever to our great police forces. Hope you like the movie when you watch it. ”

IPS RK Vij responded quickly and said: “Thank you for your answer and the respect you showed for the forces @akshaykumar My comment was also in an easier turn Will definitely see the movie.”

Akshay Kumar

Sooryavanshi finally gets his theatrical release after waiting for almost 15-16 months. The film also plays Katrina Kaif and Rohit Shetty’s third cop in his ambitious cop-universe franchise. Looking forward to seeing this madness on the big screen.



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