Action stars Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff will quickly be seen sharing display house in, effectively, an action-packed drama. The movie is known as Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, and is produced by Jackky Bhagnani. Jackky has now reacted to stories of the movie being shelved because of budgetary points.

A current Bollywood Hungama report claimed that each Tiger and Akshay have agreed to cut back their charges owing to which Bade Miyan Chote Miyan is again on observe. According to the identical report, Akshay had charged a whopping Rs 144 crore, whereas Tiger had demanded Rs 45 crore for the gig.

On Tuesday, Jackky dismissed the stories as false and tweeted, “Absolutely InCorrect !! Source-The Producer ( i am sure i am reliable 😉) Get ready for this action packed Dhamaka which was always on track💥 (sic).”

Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff are but to reply. However, it must be famous that each the actor’s most up-to-date movies have failed miserably on the field workplace. Be it Tiger’s Heropanti 2 with Tara Sutaria, or Akshay’s Bachchhan Paandey and Samrat Prithviraj, the movies failed to drag viewers to theatres.

In an earlier interview with India Today, Akshay had addressed the field workplace failure of Bachchhan Paandey and stated, “Dealing with failure is the same. I’ve not just had 13-14 flops, there was again a time in middle where my 8-9 films flopped. I always say you can feel bad for a flop from Friday to Sunday, on Monday you have to pick yourself up and go do another film, and be very happy on the set. You can’t carry around your sad face everywhere. You have to go and enjoy yourself, your work. Good films are only made because you enjoy the film.”

Akshay Kumar is presently trying ahead to his subsequent release, Aanand L Rai’s Raksha Bandhan.



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