They Take Our Films, We Take Theirs: Akshay Kumar Defends Remakes

They take our films, we take theirs: Akshay Kumar Defends Remakes
Actor Akshay Kumar feels there is nothing wrong in a remake, calls it a "tried and tested" path to success.
They take our films, we take theirs: Akshay Kumar Defends Remakes
Actor Akshay Kumar feels there is nothing wrong in a remake, calls it a “tried and tested” path to success.

MUMBAI:  Remakes of south Indian films seems to have become the trend in the industry now. Akshay calls them a “tried and tested” path to success and says that he doesn’t feel there is anything wrong with it.

[pullquote_right]”They take our films, we take theirs. Its like a give and take relationship,” the actor said[/pullquote_right]

“They take our films, we take theirs. Its like a give and take relationship,” the actor said at the DVD launch of his previous film “Rowdy Rathore” held here Saturday.

Meanwhile, for his upcoming home production, “Oh My God” directed by Umesh Shukla, Akshay has confirmed that Sonakshi Sinha and Prabhu Deva will be seen dancing to the tunes of “Go Go Govinda”.

“Sonakshi and Prabhu sir are not in ‘Oh My God’. They are doing a short cameo role in the film,” he said

Talking about his director, Akshay said that Prabhu Deva is a very shy person and doesn’t say much. “He gets angry if someone does not give a good shot or doesn’t do his work properly. He is very shy otherwise and does not talk too much,” he said.

The actor marked his re-entry into the genre of action with “Rowdy Rathore” and plans to do more action films from now on. “I enjoy action and I will continue to do it,” he said.