Akshay Kumar responds to Madhavan’s ‘good films take time’ comment, asks ‘Main kya karoon?’

Akshay Kumar Reaction to R Madhavan’s recent comments about not being able to make good films in a short amount of time. Many have concluded that his statement was in reference to Akshay Kumar’s reputation as an actor who ensures he finishes projects quickly, so he can mobilize more work in them. Akshay responded to Madhavan’s comments at a recent song launch for his upcoming film, Raksha Bandhan and director Anand L Rai speaking in his defence.

At the recent press conference for his upcoming movie Rocketry: The Nambi Project, Madhavan cited the example of Allu Arjun and said that films like Pushpa: The Rise and are a type of movie that gets produced over a period of 3-4 months. Akshay was recently under fire after YRF chief was rumored to be Aditya Chopra was upset With his lack of commitment to Samrat Prithviraj, which bombed the box office. Director Chandraprakash Dwivedi denied these reports and said that he fully trusts Akshay.

Akshay was asked about Madhavan’s comment, and was told that he was indirectly targeting him. Bhai Meri filmein khatam ho jaati hain main kya karoon? Main Islam thod hi kuch kar sakta hon… Meri filmein khatam ho jaati bhaiya aapka kaam khatam aap ghar jaaiye, Akshay said in Hindi. toh ab main ussey ladoon (What can I say? I finish my work quickly. There is an exit telling me I am finished and I can go home, what am I supposed to do? Fight with him?)”

Aanand L Rai joked that Akshay has ‘misled’ the world by repeatedly claiming that his films finish in 40-45 days, but said he doesn’t tell people how much work he can get done in the long hours he puts in on set. Raksha Bandhan marks their second collaboration, after Atrangi Re last year.

Madhavan, on the other hand, was working on Rocket in various capacities for more than half a decade. Project Passion is based on the life of rocket scientist Nambi Narayanan, and was released in theaters Friday.

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