'I don't want to make a dirty film,' know why Akshay Kumar said so
'I don't want to make a dirty film,' know why Akshay Kumar said so

Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar's 'Raksha Bandhan' is all set to hit the theatres on August 11. However, before that, many of Akshay's statements have been in the headlines. Let us tell you that Akshay Kumar, who is busy with the promotions of his film these days, recently said that he is finding out about the projects that can be seen sitting with the family. At the same time, Akshay said that he does not want to make disgusting films. Talk about 'Raksha Bandhan', then this film is directed by Aanand L Rai and the film has been given a U certificate.

Recently, Akshay Kumar in a conversation with a website said, "I want to try my hand at different kinds of content. I don't want to create any kind of image, but one thing I make sure of is that the films I do are family entertainers.'' At the same time, the actor also said, "I don't want to make a disgusting (dirty) film. Whether it's a psycho-thriller film or a social drama, my films should be watched by families without any hesitation. I believe in making films and keeping its message in mind.''

Let us tell you all that earlier this week, Akshay's film 'Raksha Bandhan' got a U certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification. Expressing happiness over this, filmmaker Aanand L Rai said, "For me, it is more than a personal victory. I have come into the film industry to create a clean family entertainer. That's what I was thinking during 'Tanu Weds Manu' (2011) and 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns' (2015). But I got a U/A certificate for them. It hardly makes a difference, but it's a moral victory for me.''

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