Actor Akshay Kumar says his forthcoming film 'Singh Is Bliing', in which he plays a Sikh character, is not a sequel to his past movie 'Singh Is Kinng'.
Akshay Kumar. Pic/Datta Kumbhar
"You have seen me as a 'sardaar' in many films, be it 'Namastey London' or 'Singh Is Kinng', but it's (this) not a sequel of 'Singh Is Kinng'. It is absolutely different from that," the actor said here on Wednesday at the trailer launch of 'Singh Is Bliing'.
The trailer was launched here with much fanfare with Akshay making a grand entry on a tractor along with director Prabhudheva and co-star Amy Jackson.
Talking about the film, Akshay further said: "It's a very funny story and has a bit of emotions too. If you all remember, Prabhudheva and I did a film called 'Rowdy Rathore'. This film belongs to that genre. I hope you guys enjoy it as much as I have enjoyed working in it."
Produced by Grazing Goat Pictures, 'Singh Is Bliing' also features Kay Kay Menon and Lara Dutta. It is slated to release on October 2.
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