Akira Teaser: Sonakshi Sinha Bollywood movie Akira Teaser Trailer has been released. Akira is a Hindi film directed and produced by AR Murugadoss. It is the official remake of Tamil film Mouna Guru and highlights Sonakshi Sinha in lead character. Sonakshi Sinha’s fans are waiting her to seen on big screen quite for a long time. Lastly, they have reason to celebrate as Sonakshi’s forthcoming film Akira has a got release date while its teaser has been released on 4 July.
Akira 2016 Hindi Movie Theatrical Trailer
It’s been many months that nobody got the opportunity to hear any news on this action drama. The 28-year-old actress started shooting for the film in 2015, however the buzz around Akira soon failed out. Finally Sonakshi surprises her fans when she declared the Akira release date on Twitter. Watch Akira Theatrical Trailer here.
After Aamir Khan’s blockbuster movie Ghajini, prominent South Director A R Murugadoss is ready to entertains with this action thriller. Look Akira Official HD Teaser. Sonakshi has experienced a great deal of physical training for her role and will be found in different style. According to the earlier released poster it would appear that she is an exclusive one armed force battling the villains without anyone else’s help. She has a feisty part in the movie and will beyond any doubt do justice to her character in the film.
Akira Hindi Movie Theatrical Trailer
Akira is said to be a passionate emotional thriller. It was set in Mumbai and Rajasthan. This is Murugadoss third film in Hindi after hits like Ghajini and Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty. Sonakshi will be found in another new avatar in the Akira. Sonakshi last appeared on screen in Tevar with Arjun Kapoor which failed impress at box office. Clearly there are a tons of expectations on this flick. Now look at Akira Official Trailer.
After Akira, Sonakshi Sinha, will be seen in Vipul Amrutlal Shah’s Force 2, featuring John Abraham and Tahir Raj Bhasin. Apart from the present action film, Sonakshi has also agreed to Sunhil Sippy’s Noor, taking into account Saba Imtiaz’s 2014 crime novel Karachi, You’re Killing Me!.