Want to see raw action, watch 'Rowdy Rathore: Akshay
"(Director) Prabhu Deva has his own way of choreographing action sequences. His action sequences have a rhythm. It is a very raw kind of action, which I haven't done since ages," Akshay told reporters Tuesday while promoting his film 'Rowdy Rathore' that is coming out Friday.
The promos show Akshay sporting a rugged look. His wardrobe is also colourful and bright - he is seen in check shirts worn over t-shirt. For the rowdy look, he even wears a moustache.
Asked about the inspiration behind the look, he said: "There is no inspiration as such, there is a rowdiness in everyone. I have just been what I am in real life."
Of late filmmakers have been working on sequels, some plan it even before the release of the original without waiting for its fate at the box office.
So, when asked Akshay if a sequel of 'Rowdy Rathore' is on cards, he said: "I am not the producer of the film but if the producer plans to make it and we get the right script, we would love to make it."
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