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Bhaji in Problem has been released in Punjab today (15 November 2013). Bhaji in Problem is a comedy genre. The cast and crew of Bhaji in Problem are Gippy Grewal, Akshay Kumar, Ragini Khanna, Harbhajan Singh, B. N. Sharma, Rana Ranbir, Gurpreet Ghuggi and Rana Jung Bahadur. All these actors have been acclaimed for their performances in the films done by them. The opening Day Box Office Collections of Bhaji in Problem are expected to be quite well.
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All questions he answers, each word he says and every statement he makes only puts across one point, “I am not here to make money. I genuinely wanted to make a Punjabi film Bhaji in Problem with an interesting script.” The effect of his repetition is that by the end of the interview, everybody is convinced that Akshay Kumar doesn’t mean business… quite literally!
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Bhaji in Problem is his third production venture post the success of Oh My God and a Marathi film, 72 Miles. “If money is the question, I earn enough in Mumbai. I am keen to be a part of the Punjabi cinema only because my heart belongs here.” Said Akshay Kumar In chandigarh.
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Akshay then alludes to his Bollywood projects, Singh is Kingg, Namaste London…to back his claim that Punjabi is a language he loves. Language isn’t the only connection between Bhaji in Problem and Singh in Kingg. Amusingly, Akshay plays the character of his duplicate, Bhakshay Kumar, in the film. “I am even wearing a similar overcoat that I wore in Singh is Kingg and that makes it all funny.” He stresses that he neither watched any Punjabi film nor studied the box-office collection to finance the project. “I didn’t need to do that because my intentions were not to keep a tab on returns. I love to make films that make people laugh; make them forget about problems. Out of the 105 films I have been a part of so far, this is the funniest.”
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Akshay shot for his cameo role that comprised a few dialogues and an item number in sixteen hours. “If I will get a worthy script, I am open to doing a full-fledged role.” With typical pot-boilers such as Boss, Khiladi 786, Rowdy Rathore and comparatively experimental films like Special 26 and Oh My God on this resume of late, Akshay has been part of very different cinemas, which is a choice, he says, he consciously makes. “It’s simply to try my hands at different genres of cinema. I enjoy doing that. Next, I am also considering backing a Telugu film,” says the actor, who looks suave in a pink shirt and slim-fitted trousers. He said he loved working in Bhaji in Problem.