Akshay Kumar’s Reply to John Abraham’s Text on Mission Mangal’s Success

The entire team of Mission Mangal is currently enjoying the success of the film. Several film stars are taking time to congratulate the cast over the success of Mission Mangal. Now, the Bollywood actor John Abraham also texted Akshay in order to congratulate him over the success. Despite having some releasing issues of their films Mission Mangal and Batla House, John Abraham congratulated Akshay for his film performing well at the box office.

It's not the first time for the actors to have some bumps with their films' releases. However, both films are performing well at the box office and collecting well. During an interview, John Abraham was asked about the best compliment he got from a filmmaker. At that time, John said the name of Akshay Kumar. 

He even revealed that he had sent a text message to Akshay Kumar in order to congratulate him after the success of Mission Mangal. Akshay Kumar then reacted to his text message and replied as 'I am happy for you too. It's time we work together.' It is true that the reply given by Akshay Kumar is winning the hearts of the Netizens. Speaking about his kinship with Akshay, John said, 'It's so nice and healthy as the companionship is not competitive but healthy. Both films are being appreciated.'

Mission Mangal and Batla House films were released on 15th August 2019 and are running extremely well. The 4th-day collection of Batla House is Rs. 49.29 Crore. On the other hand, Mission Mangal is all set to enter the Rs. 100 Crore Club in less than a week. Jagan Mohan is the director of the film Mission Mangal. Batla House is a film actually based on a true story that took place in Delhi in the year 2008. In the film Batla House, John Abraham plays the role of ACP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav.

During the launch of Mission Mangal's trailer, Akshay said, 'In a year, more than 180 Hindi films release and then there are about 30 to 40 Hollywood films as well so there would be a lot of congestion. In the future, there will be more problems as maybe at that time four to five films may release at the same time.'

by Neetu Panwar | Mon, Aug 19 - 04:51 PM

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