Most of us often run to become winners in one way or the other, but how do winners become legends? That question is what Akshay Kumar‘s upcoming film Gold is about. With first cinematic trailer released, the movie is unexaggeratedly, a classic masterpiece themed on sports and seasoned with loads of patriotism. Get ready for some goosebumps and a rush of patriotism in two minutes.
Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar is back on patriotism mode with yet another nationalism-theme country, but this time with a gripping sport-theme storyline – a perfect watch for the Independence Day. Known for releasing must-watch hits with social messages, Akshay Kumar’s upcoming film Gold seems to be, in true sense – gold. While we will have to wait till August 15, 2018, the cinematic trailer of Gold has been released officially and deriving from the two-minute video, the film has the potential of a must-watch film that could even become one of Kumar’s best.
The trailer of Gold opens in pre-independence era and a catchy story of a determined Bengali hockey player (played by Akshay Kumar as Tapan Das) and his struggles to get an international gold medal for India, as an independent nation. With a firm will to make India proud, Tapan Das struggles for 12 years in the film, becomes a post-independence coach to make his dream of winning an Olympics gold medal for India – a reality, by training a team that won the first gold for India at the Olympics. The movie, jointly produced by Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani’s Excel Entertainment, underlines true event based story of how three Gold medals won by India were credited under British Raj flag.
With a combination of hit themes like patriotism, independence, hockey and Akshay’s brand value – Gold is most likely has the winner in his hands already. Gold also assembles strong cast including stars like Kunal Kapoor, Vineet Kumar Singh, Amit Sadh and Bollywood debutante Mouni Roy, to climb the stairs towards becoming a blockbuster. The movie will be launched on Independence Day this year, also marking 70th anniversary of free India’s first gold medal at the Olympics in 1948 as a free nation, and not under the British flag.