Friday, June 20, 2008

Akshay Kumar has improved his acting over the years.

Akshay Kumar has improved his acting over the years.

Akshay Kumar Akshay Kumar has improved his acting skills over the years. When he started his career, he was known for his martial art and action skills. All his initial films like Mohra, Khiladi, Main Khiladi Tu Anari, were action-oriented films.

But over the years he developed his acting capability and acted in every type of films. For example in Dhadkan, he played a romantic character opposite Shilpa Shetty where Sunil Shetty played a negative character.

In the film Mujhse Shaadi Karoge, he played the role of the friend of Salman Khan, who created his impression before Priyanka Chopra and his presence created annoyance for Salman Khan. He even gave good lips in the songs “mujhse shaadi karoge”.

Akshay Kumar
In the film Welcome, he played the role of a harmless character who never wanted to marry any girl related to the underworld. But unfortunately he fell in love with Katrina Kaif and got related to Anil Kapoor and Nana Patekar who belonged to the underworld. He was in a dilemma of accepting Katrina and rejecting her brothers. His comedy performance was well appreciated by viewers.

Similarly his comedy performance in the film Hera Pheri and Phir Hera Pheri, was sublime. Paresh Rawal and Sunil Shetty also played significant roles in the films. But Akshay Kumar was shown as the most cunning character of the lot. His deeds or misdeeds had led the others into trouble.

Akshay Kumar Again Akshay Kumar’s performance in the film Bhoolbhoolaiya was well appreciated as he was the expert who could study evil spirits and discovered that the spirit existed in the body of Vidya Balan. He used his guru’s help to drive out the spirit. The acting effort was appreciated once again.

By this period of time Akshay Kumar had acted in almost all types of roles and is expected to do even better in the years to come.

By: Supriya Chatterji.

1 comment:

Souvik-indrajalik said...

Akshay's performance in Namaste London and Jaan-e-maan requires special mention.
Souvik Chatterji.