The 'Housefull 4' Express: Akshay Kumar & Team Embark On Train Journey

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Akshay Kumar and the entire cast of 'Housefull 4' took up a unique way of promoting their upcoming film and embarked on train journey to the national capital.

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:
Housefull

With just weeks left for the release of Housefull 4, Akshay Kumar and the entire cast took up a unique way of promoting their upcoming film. The star cast of the film including Riteish Deshmukh, Chunky Panday, Kriti Sanon, Bobby Deol, Kriti Kharbanda, and Pooja Hegde embarked on a train journey from Mumbai to Delhi via Surat, Baroda, Kota, and Mathura to promote their film. As per media reports, Akshay Kumar who is known to serve something unique on the platter for his fans expressed his happiness over the initiative.

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"I think it is a great idea, along with Sajid Nadiadwala and Fox Star Studios, they came up with an idea that we can do something like this and we got the permission very fast and here we are. It's a great idea, which is gonna be fun," ANI further quoted Akshay Kumar as saying.

"We've just started with our journey. It's only been 40 mins and soon we would be reaching Surat. Then the next stop would be Baroda, then Kota, Mathura and finally Delhi," the actor reportedly said giving a brief about their journey.

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Akshay Kumar shares picture as the 'Housefull 4' Express journey kickstarts

Meanwhile, Akshay Kumar also shared a picture with the entire 'Housefull 4' cast on social media after boarding the special train booked for the promotional activities. The initial visuals show that they are having a great time traveling together. Akshay Kumar wittily captioned his Twitter post as saying, "It's a HouseFull of smiles as the #Housefull4Express journey kickstarts!"

Take a look:

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Promotion on Wheels

As per media reports, the new initiative of promoting films on the train has been taken up by the Indian Railways. It is a part of an interesting addition to the services and is called 'Promotion on Wheels'. Akshay Kumar's Housefull 4 is the first film to use service. 

Housefull 4

Much-anticipated Bollywood comedy-drama 'Housefull 4' has been making it up to the news ever since it was announced. The multi-starrer venture features Akshay Kumar, Kriti Sanon, Riteish Deshmukh, Kriti Kharbanda, Bobby Deol, Pooja Hegde, Chunky Panday, Johnny Lever, and Boman Irani, among others. The fourth installment of the franchise has been shot extensively in London, Rajasthan, and Mumbai; and reportedly follows a non-linear narrative. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The plot of 'Housefull 4' circles around the theme of reincarnation. The movie is set in two time periods- the 16th century and the other 21st century. As per media reports, in the 16th century, Akshay Kumar will be seen as a King in 'Housefull 4', while Bobby Doel and Riteish Deshmukh will play his associates. Chunkey Panday’s humorous character Aakhri Pasta will be the nephew of great artist Vasco Da Gama. On the other hand, the present era story will showcase the girls coming from wealthy families and guys trying to impress them, in the past era, the characters will be seen in royal avatars.

The multi-starrer film, which promises to be a hilarious roller coaster ride much like its earlier avatars, is produced by Nadiadwala Grandson and co-produced by Fox Star Studios and is slated to hit the silver screens on October 25.

 

 

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