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Teaser trailer of Akshay Kumar's 'Airlift' looks promising!
One of the much-loved actor of Bollywood industry, Akshay Kumar who has already impressed his fans and followers with his excellent work in 'Baby', 'Special 26' and 'Holiday: A Soldier is never off duty', is all set to return with another edge of the seat thriller film, `Airlift.'
The first teaser of 'Airlift' starring Akshay looks quite engaging. The films is very promising and many of its scenes are enough to give you goosebumps. Actually, Akshay, who is busy wrapping up the last schedule of the same film, tweeted the first look of his movie to his fans. The film is based on the largest evacuation of Indians in Kuwait during the Gulf War in 1990. It also stars Nimrat Kaur in the female lead. 

The teaser starts with an intense looking Akshay Kumar who introduces his character to the audience. He is in the role of Ranjit Katiyal, a powerful Indian-origin businessman based in Kuwait. Soon after the Gulf War started, things did not go well for the Indians in Kuwait. They found themselves in big trouble post Iraq's invasion of the oil rich nation in August 1990.

The film is set in the backdrop of the 1990 Gulf war. In fact, it is based on the true story of the evacuation of Indians from Kuwait during that period. While tweeting the teaser, Akshay Kumar claims that the movie is very special to him.

Directed by Raja Krishna Menon, Airlift has been produced by Bhushan Kumar, Kishan Kumar, Nikkhil Advani. The film will release on January 22, 2016, just four days before the Republic Day.

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