The film in which Akshay Kumar clashed with Prabhas’ friend is going to release on OTT today.

When will Akshay Kumar’s Rs. 350 crore film?

The beginning of the year 2024 was nothing special for Akshay Kumar. But currently he has many big films in his account. Soon his ‘Welcome 3’, ‘Sarafira’ and ‘Sky Force’ will hit the theatres. This is one of the most awaited movies of this year. Currently, he is busy preparing for his upcoming films. After that we will start working on the next films. Akshay Kumar is always known for his super fast style. A film is announced before the release of another film. Well, it also has several sequels in its pipeline, which will begin work soon.

Recently, his film with a budget of 350 crores was released. Apart from Akshay, many stars including Tiger Shroff, Sonakshi Sinha, Prithviraj Sukumaran were seen in this film. ‘Bade Mian Chhote Mian’ clashed with Ajay Devgn’s ‘Meydan’. Due to which both the films had to bear losses. Meanwhile, it has been revealed when it will be coming to OTT.

‘Bade Mian Chhote Mian’ will hit OTT on this day

Akshay Kumar’s ‘Bade Mian Chhote Mian’ released in theaters on 11 April. The picture arrived and sold cheaply. There was a lot of talk about this action-packed film, but nothing materialized. Now after just one and a half months it has been decided to bring the film to OTT. Recently OTT platform Netflix shared a post. In which the OTT streaming date of Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff’s Bade Mian Chhote Mian was also announced. In the poster, Akshay and Tiger are seen holding a gun.

Fans will not have to wait much longer for this film. Indeed, it will be on Netflix on June 6. Apart from Hindi, the film will also be released in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada languages.

The last few years have been very difficult for Akshay Kumar’s career. Films are coming one after another and they fail at the box office. However, Akshay Kumar has also spoken openly about this issue. Talking about the films of Tiger Shroff, he has many films. But the makers are afraid to make it, the reason being that their films keep flopping.


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