Akshay Kumar has shot a special song for his brother-in-law Karan Kapadia’s debut film, Blank. Sharing the news, trade analyst Taran Adarsh wrote: “Akshay Kumar shoots for a special song for #Blank... Stars Dimple Kapadia’s nephew Karan Kapadia... Directed by Behzad Khambata... The song - featuring Akshay and Karan - is composed by Arko.”
He conjointly shared an image from the shoot that had Akshay Kumar and Karan wearing white sheets.
Karan is the son of late actor Simple Kapadia and also the nephew of Dimple Kapadia. Blank may be a suspense adventure story, where Karan Kapadia will be seen playing a suicide bomber, according to the report by the media.
On April 4, the trailer of the film was launched and sharing it, Akshay had written how he had seen Karan become older from a lanky boy into a young man. He wrote: “Have watched him grow up from a lanky little kid to this fine young man. Extremely happy to share the #BlankTrailer introducing @KapadiaKaran!”
After Kesari, Akshay was busy shooting for his film, Good News. It conjointly stars Kareena Kapoor Khan, Diljit Dosanjh, and Kiara Advani. The story revolves around Akshay and Kareena, who play a married couple, trying to have a baby. Diljit and Kiara play a Punjabi couple, who are also trying for a baby within the film.
Recently, Kareena Kapoor and Akshay Kumar starrer Good News have commenced work in right earnest. On Thursday, Kiara Advani shared photos from the film’s shoot within which Kareena, Akshay, Kiara, and Diljit Dosanjh are seen having a pleasant time. Sharing it, she wrote: “Bringing the #GoodNews to you sooon.” In the picture, Akshay Kumar is seen sitting on Kareena’s lap as she is sitting on a chair. Standing behind her are Kiara and Diljit.
Akshay conjointly has two more of films within the pipeline -- Mission Mangal with Vidya Balan, Taapsee Pannu and Tamil actor Nithya Menen and Housefull 4, being directed by Farhad Samji. Akshay’s last unleash Kesari has done extremely well and had already collected Rs 143.02 crore by the tip of its third week at the domestic box workplace. The film narrates the true story of Battle of Saragarhi, fought between 21 Sikh troopers of Sikh regiment of British Indian Army and an army of 10,000 Afghans in 1897.