Wearing a Navy Uniform Changed My Attitude and My Walking Style Says...

Wearing a Navy Uniform Changed My Attitude and My Walking Style Says Akshay Kumar

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On-screen character Akshay Kumar, who will be found in the part of a maritime officer in his up and coming film Rustom, says he begrudges individuals who wear outfits and that wearing a uniform achieved an adjustment in his style of strolling.

Akshay Kumar will be seen wearing Navy uniform in his up and coming film Rustom where he plays Commander Rustom Pavri.

Wearing a Navy Uniform Changed My Attitude and My Walking Style Says Akshay Kumar“When I’m getting prepared, I wear my naval force trousers and a banyan inside, until that time I am alright, ordinary. At the point when the regalia used to come, the identifications, the top, my walk totally transformed; I began floating. There is something about outfits that it gives you a specific sort of obligation; it just lets you know, ‘you are the man, you take the charge, you do everything’.

“When you see the motion picture, you will see that my walk has changed while I’m entering the court or anything. So I begrudge these individuals who wear a uniform. That is the reason I likewise did the challenge that at whatever point you see a person in a uniform, have a selfie,” Akshay said.

Akshay has beforehand worn the uniform as an armed force officer in Holiday, against terrorism mystery operator in Baby, an Indian Air Force officer in Andaaz and as a cop in movies, for example, Aan: Men at Work, Khakee, Mohra, Main Khiladi Tu Anari, and Khiladi 786 among others. He will likewise be found in a legal advisor’s uniform in his next film Jolly LLB 2.

About his readiness for a maritime officer, he said: “I didn’t particularly take a seat and took books to find out about the naval force standards and controls. I didn’t connect with any maritime men, just there was one maritime officer who was directing me all through about how the salute is, the way the identifications are to be worn, how the regalia ought to be and how the walk ought to be.”

Akshay plays a Parsi in the film. About how he arranged for the Parsi character, he said: “I have a Parsi secretary-administrator, she is the reference point and my closest companions in my educational time, there was a person whose name was Rustom, we used to call him Dodo. I know Parsis exceptionally well. I can talk a smidgen of the dialect. The main thing I did was that I replicated my director’s dad’s moustache.”

Rustom additionally stars Ileana D’Cruz and Esha Gupta.

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