Some elements in Pakistan can be wrong but a whole nation cannot: Akshay Kumar

Actor refutes rumours his upcoming thriller Baby is anti-Pakistan


Web Desk January 21, 2015
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Refuting rumours that his upcoming thriller Baby is anti-Pakistan, Akshay Kumar said some elements in Pakistan can be wrong but a whole nation cannot be wrong.

"See, some elements in Pakistan can be wrong but a whole nation cannot be wrong." Akshay said, according to the First Post.

"Terrorism has no religion, and we believe that religion and country are two different things," the actor added.

Refuting claims that the movie is anti-Pakistan as “untrue,” the actor said the movie stars three Pakistai actors in crucial roles.

“The film talks very openly about it. The story of Baby is inspired by various real life incidents," he said.

Commenting on the storyline, Akshay said the movie talks about terrorism, which is a big consideration in today's world.



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“Terrorism, as a topic, can be seen in every newspaper. So we thought of making people aware about it. The film talks very openly about it. The story of Baby is inspired by various real life incidents," he said.

Akshay’s playing the role of an undercover agent who tries to prevent terror attacks. The movie will see Akshay packing in a punch as far as action scenes are concerned.



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ask | 5 years ago | Reply | Recommend

@goggi (Lahore): Well said @goggi; you are the finest.

zara | 5 years ago | Reply | Recommend Nstead of focusing n wrong elements of pak or elsewhere u akshay thing look inside ur own country. Much chaos to be sorted out. Aand yea all the herioc unrealistic pcking punch for flicks , wasay at the drop of hat every indian cries for hafiz saeed n lakhvi. Dont ever eecall pakistanis every creating noise about purohit
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