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5 Akshay Kumar Movies That Make His Fans Call Him A Modern Day Patriot

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In India, cinema has played a big role in showcasing patriotism in various forms.  Akshay Kumar is one actor who has spent so much time in the industry and has lately done a lot of work which highlights the nation and everything around it. Not only this, but he has also made a place in the hearts of the audience with the kind of films that he chooses and almost everyone loves him.  

So, here is a list of a few films that prove Akshay Kumar is a modern-day patriot-  

Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Sathiyo 

This Anil Sharma directorial came very late to Akshay’s kitty and this was the first patriotic movie that he ever did in his career. He played the role of an Army officer who is captured as a prisoner in Pakistan.  

Akshay’s acting was well-received by the audience.  

Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty 

This film was directed by AR Murgadoss and was released in the year 2014. The film was well-received by the audience and everyone loved ‘Khiladi’s’ performance in the film. The film also performed very well at the box office.  

Baby

The film stars Akshay Kumar, Madhurima Tuli, and Taapsee Pannu in the lead role. The plot of the film revolves around an elite team of officials who are striving to find terrorists. Akshay Kumar plays the role of a RAW agent who’s trying to take down big-time terrorists.  

Airlift

The film was based on the story of a prominent Indian business in Kuwait, Mathunny Mathews, who helped to evacuate stranded Indians during the Iraqi invasion in 1990. This film can be re-watched again and again. Also, the film did really well at the box-office.  

Gabbar is Back  

The film was a typical 'masala' entertainer but it wasn’t on army or patriotism but the film’s plot was based on nationalistic morals and the system’s efficiency. The film revolves around the plot of corruption and was able to disseminate the message.


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