Akki’s all praise for Joker

20Jul11

Don’t shock us Akshay! You have always been proud of your own movies, even if it was a flop ‘Kambakkht Ishq’ or a ‘Tees Maar Khan’. And taking into consideration the performance of filmmaker Shirish Kunder’s first movie signed with the actor titled ‘Jaan-e-Man’ that also starred Preity Zinta and Salman Khan, it is worthwhile that Akshay should be expectant than swollen with pride.

Akki

Akshay Kumar has appreciated Shirish Kunder for his commitment and confidence for making the forthcoming film ‘Joker’, which is said to be a sci-fi film surrounded with the ingredients of aliens, prohibited forests, crop fields and forsaken villages. Further, the filmmaker has decided to make the movie in 3D version. The khiladi king personally feels it takes a lot of hard work and information to make a movie in 3D and is proud to be a part of such a narrative experiment.

Rumor has it that, the makers of ‘Joker’ have spent massive amounts of revenues to upright detailed sets for the movie in Chandigarh and Mumbai. Akshay has also applauded the set designers of Joker for their flawless work. The star has mentioned that the village and forest sets of Joker are the most sensible sets he has ever worked on in his extended career. Akshay will also seen in Housefull 2 and Desi Boyz. We hope that this time with Joker Akshay’s success graph reaches the top list.

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