Akshay Kumar's PadMan trailer released

Akshay Kumar's PadMan trailer released

Akshay Kumar's PadMan trailer released

The story is based on a series of real events, where a school drop-out, Arunachalam Muruganantham, set out on a mission to provide sanitary napkins at minimal cost to poor women across the country, especially in rural areas. Akshay has said many dialogues in the trailer and that is enough to attract the audience.

Here is to one actress who perfects every look with utmost ease.

Within a few seconds in the trailer you realise that the premise of a hero fighting against an orthodox village, conflict between a husband and a wife, and an ultimate triumph of righteousness is very much similar to Akshay Kumar's previous film "Toilet: Ek Prem Katha". Akshay ─ called Lakshmikant Chauhan in the film ─ plays the character of Muruganantham who was ostracised by his community and family, including his wife, as menstruation remains a taboo subject in India. They may be called insane by the rest of the world, but it's their insane ideas that end up changing the world ultimately. Radhika Apte, Sonam Kapoor are playing pivotal roles in the movie and Amitabh Bachchan will also appear in a special cameo.

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Eventually when no one helps him in his endeavour to make sanitary napkins then enters Sonam Kapoor who helps him realize his goals. Akshay has a way of imparting significant and the important messages through engaging films.

Finally for all those men who keep on belittling women with sentences like, "That time of the month?", "Are you PMSing?", "What's the big deal about it?", here's what Padman has to say, "Bloody men!"

The movie is slated for release on 26 Jan 2018 and will clash with Manoj Bajpayee and Sidharth Malhotra's Aiyaary.

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