Gold movie truck showcases the golden age of Indian hockey as Akshay Kumar takes on hockey player under whose captaincy the newly-indepedent country won its first platinum.
Gold movie truck has Akshay Kumar as a hockey player who wins India its first gold at Olympics as an unbiased country.
Gold movie truck has Akshay Kumar as a hockey player who wins India its first yellow metal at Olympics as an independent country.
How do winners become legends? This is merely what Akshay Kumar’s Platinum, an upcoming film that combines hockey, patriotism and the brand value of Akshay, will explore. As Yellow metal movie trailer arrived on Monday, it seems the professional has another success on his hands. Besides Akshay, Platinum has a powerful ensemble cast that includes Kunal Kapoor, Vineet Kumar Singh, Amit Sadh and Bollywood debutante Mouni Roy.
Akshay, perhaps for the very first time, will be seen as a Bengali in the film and the truck gives a look into that persona. The film’s range can be an ambitious 12 years — from 1936 to 1948 — in which India gains freedom. In these years, Akshay’s Tapan brings together a hockey team that falls apart only to unite again to achieve that dream.
Watch Gold trailer here
Encouraged by true situations, Gold catches India’s first Olympic Video games’ be successful as a free of charge country in hockey. India had just become indie when the Olympic Game titles were being hosted in Great britain in 1948. India defeated its previous colonial masters on the very dirt and the yank of the story is obvious. Showing the trailer, Akshay wrote, “Winners under English India, Legends under Free India. Witness the golden time of Indian Hockey through #Platinum.”
Gold releases on August 15 this season.
Akshay Kumar, within an interview to a leading daily, also pointed out a coincidence, “Silver emits on August 15 and on August 12 is the 70th wedding anniversary of India’s first yellow metal medal as a free country at the 1948 Summer Olympic Video games in London. The release couldn’t have been designed better. It’s a matter of delight that while we celebrate the 70th anniversary of one in our first biggest victories on foreign land in hockey, we will also hold the Hockey World Cup. As for the activity getting its credited, I think this was long overdue.”
Talking about the film, designer Ritesh Sidhwani acquired earlier told PTI, “It is not a biopic. It is a completely imaginary story but it is set against a genuine backdrop between 1933-48 India about what the united states was, the activities… about hockey. It is not based on any persona.”
Platinum also features Amit Sadh and Mouni Roy and it is aimed by Reema Kagti. The film releases on August 15.