Actor Akshay Kumar Says, “Cinema Is Not Only A Way To Reach Out To The Masses But Also To Educate Them”

Actor Akshay Kumar says films are not only the way to reach out to the masses but also to educate them. Be it Padman, Toilet: Ek Prem Katha or 2.0, which will be telecast on Zee Cinema on April 21, The actor reveals that it is his way of giving back to the society.

Akshay says, “Movies are a type of communication that is consumed by majority of people not only in India but also internationally,”.

He further added, “It is a way of not only reaching out the masses but also at times educating them. I feel there is no point of being an influencer if you can’t make the best use of your platform to improve the country. This is my way of giving back,” the Padman actor added.

Akshay represents the main antagonist, an eccentric scientist named Richard in 2.0. Film Akshay’s film tamil debut and is his first film with megastar Rajinikanth.

Akshay also revealed that, 2.0 is a mega movie and the first in his career. While he tried to explore different roles, He genuinely felt that this would be a completely different ball game. It rightly proved to be so.”

The actor added, ”In all my years of being part of the industry, I have never seen so much money, talent and technology work together from different parts of the globe to make a film of this magnitude,”.

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