Bollywood's action hero Akshay Kumar is all set to woo his fans with his upcoming action drama film 'Boss', which is today's big Eid release.
The film has garnered immense attention since the release of its first trailer.
Since Akshay Kumar's last release 'Once Upon Ay Time In Mumbai Dobara' failed at Box Office all eyes will be on action thriller 'Boss'.
A few releases like Ranbir Kapoor's 'Besharam', Soha Ali Khan's 'War Chod Na Yaar' have failed to impress the audience, so 'Boss' indeed has a chance to cash in on the fact that there has been an entertainment drought this October.
In 'Boss', the 46-year-old actor plays a Haryanavi gangster with veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty playing the role of his father.
The film also stars Aditi Rao Hydari, Shiv Pandit of 'FIR' fame and Ronit Roy in lead roles.
In Akshay's own words 'Boss' had the toughest action sequences that the action genre maestro had to handle.
"It is the best action movie as it has no computer graphic action. It is much raw, man to man, real action. Also, the climax is very different from the rest of the movies.
"In the climax, I do not come with an army of people to fight Ronit in the end. Nor he has a army to deal with me. It is a fight between me and him, man to man," he added.
The film's music is also well appreciated, with the special club track – 'Party All Night' – already a favourite among Honey Singh's fans.
The other number is a rendition of classic song 'Har Kissi Ko Nahin Milta'. Both songs feature Akshay's 'Rowdy Rathor' co-star Sonakshi Sinha.
Akshay Kumar also seems to have learnt from his mistakes as the actor has left stone unturned to promote the film. Let's see if 'Boss; does the trick for 'Khiladi' Akshay Kumar.
Watch this space for Shubhra Gupta's review.