BMCM star Akshay Kumar opens up about doing his stunts on his own; Says 'I don't want my audience to be cheated'

Written by  Durtimans   |  February 27th 2024 03:44 PM  |  Updated: February 27th 2024 03:44 PM

BMCM star Akshay Kumar opens up about doing his stunts on his own; Says 'I don't want my audience to be cheated'

Akshay Kumar is one of the most celebrated actor of the Bollywood industry who is most often recognised for his unbinding action sequences in the films. As the India's beloved action hero is currently gearing up for his year's biggest movie 'Bade Miyan Chote Miyan', the star could be seen attending numerous promotional venues as well as media interactions. Although with a plethora of superhit action movies done earlier, the actor never hesitates performing his stunts all by himself, as he never liked the idea of bluffing the audience's eyes with some CGI visuals. Speaking in nuthsell, he doesn't want to keep away his audience and cheat them without experiencing the real sequence. 


Akshay Kumar on doing high risk stunts on set

While speaking with a renown media outlet, the 'OMG' star has finally opened ap about not taking the help of body doubles most of the time while doing his action/stunt scenes. He said, "Our audience buys tickets of Rs 250, Rs 350 and come to watch us. They would like to see real things. I don’t want them to feel cheated. Some stunts are there, which you should not try and do it. They are very risky. That’s where you take VFX’s help. Bade Miyan Chote Miyan also has several stunts that we have done. At some places, VFX effects are used and stunts doubles are used. These stunts are very risky, life threatening too. But mostly I would like to give my audience the real stuff. You will see blasts. We go through the blast ourselves. We go through running, we fall, we tumble. That is important. I don’t want my audience to be cheated and give them what they require."

Revealing further, he even emphasized on the risk factor of being an action hero because everything comes with severe sonsequences and cost. With such life threatening stunts, the fear factor always remains constant but he also threw light that while performing such action thrilling sequences, they are not done mindlessly, but under high security survillience and fineeeses eqipped by the professionals. "Even if you are jumping off this stool, you should do all safety checks. You should know how to land. Similarly, it is important that whenever we do it, we ensure nothing goes wrong," his words weaved. 


Tiger Shroff's fear for flights

Meanwhile, Akshay Kumar's co-actor Tiger Shroff also joined the conversation and revealed his fear of flights. It is Akhay Kumar's dareness, that gave him refuge in overcoming the fears, he stated. While taking about his fear for flights, he said, "We were coming in a flight and I am very scared of flying. I was sitting near the wing and happen to look out of the window. I remember Akshay had done a stunt in Khiladi 420 where he is standing on the wing of the plane and balancing. I was thinking what am I so scared of. I am sitting inside a plane and I am scared. Akshay sir has done daring baazi on top of a plane. I wish I could learn it from him."

All About Bade Miyan Chote Miyan

Speaking of thye creation alone, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar with a multi starrer star casts which includes Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff in the leading roles alongside other actors like Prithviraj Sukumaran, Manushi Chhillar, Alaya F and Sonakshi Sinha. Meanwhile, the mega action thriller has been backed by Zafar himself along with Jackky Bhagnani, Vashu Bhagnani, Deepshikha Deshmukh, and Himanshu Kishan Mehra under the banners of Pooja Entertainment and AAZ Films. Made with a budget of Rs. 350 crore, the movie has been so far slatted to get release on Eid, 12 July, 2024.


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