Sooryavanshi: 'Blockbuster Team Is Coming Again', Say Excited Fans Praising Akshay Kumar's Deadly Cop Avatar

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The makers of Rohit Shetty's upcoming film, 'Sooryavanshi' dropped the first posters on social media early in the morning today, and netizens have been going berserk over Akshay Kumar's deadly cop-avatar

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

The makers of Rohit Shetty's upcoming film, 'Sooryavanshi' dropped the first posters on social media early in the morning today, and netizens have been going berserk over Akshay Kumar's deadly cop-avatar. While one user said 'This reminded me of his khaki look'. the other one commented saying 'Singham, Simmba and now Sooryavanshi, Can't thank Rohit Shetty more'. 

READ: Sooryavanshi First Look Out! Akshay Kumar Aces The Deadly Cop Avatar, Here's When The Film Will Release

Read some of the reactions below: 

The film is helmed by Shetty and will go on floors in May 2019, and will release on Eid 2020. The film is said to be the fourth installment in the Shetty-directed cop series 

The announcement of the film was made in a very special way with Akshay making a cameo appearance at Rohit Shetty's latest release, 'Simmba'. A text on the screen which said 'Simmba as Veer Sooryavanshi', chief of Anti-terrorism squad revealed that he will be taking charge in 2019. 

READ: The Definitive Answer: Why Salman Khan Is Always Named Prem In Sooraj Barjatya's Films

Meanwhile, 'Simmba' garnered over Rs 350 crore at the global box office, and currently ranks under the top 10 highest-grossing Bollywood film in India. With 'Simmba' , Shetty has become the first director to have eight consecutive films enter the Rs 100 crore net domestic box office club. 

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