Will Akshay Kumar follow Aamir Khan's footsteps and make a respectable exit from Sajid Khan's Housefull 4?

Now that filmmaker Sajid Khan has been accused of sexual misconduct by 3 women, will Akshay Kumar take a cue from Aamir Khan and make a respectable exit from Housefull 4?
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The Me too movement is slowly and steadily gripping the Hindi Film industry. Though it all started with Tanushree Dutta revisiting her 2008 case against Nana Patekar. The actress recounted all the horrific details she faced on the sets of Horn Ok Please. She not only accused Nana of sexual misconduct but also accused the producer too for calling a mob that apparently belonged to a political party and threaten her. This incident snowballed into a huge #MeToo movement in India with many skeletons coming out of the closet.
Women from all walks of life started sharing their Me Too experiences but the most glaring ones came from Bollywood. The shocker came in the form of Alok Nath. Post that names like AIB's Tanmay Bhatt, Khamba, Vikas Bahl, Kailash Kher and many more. While the industry was still trying to understand and figure out a way to deal with the Me Too tsunami, yet another big name came forward. Sajid Khan. His former assistant director was the first one to drop his name and that nudged a few journalists too, to speak up about their unpleasant explicit sexual detailed encounter with Sajid Khan.

After reading all about Sajid Khan's fantasy driven sexcapades where he not only targetted number of women but also mentally harassed them, we wonder if Akshay Kumar will follow Aamir Khan's footsteps? Aamir Khan just two days back made a respectable exit from Mogul, a biopic on the late Gulshan Kumar. Aamir Khan along with T-series was co-producing and playing the part of Gulshan Kumar.


The director of the film, Subhash Kapoor has been accused of sexual harassment charges by a former actress Geetika Tyagi. Though Subhash accepts of having a sexual encounter with Tyagi he denies forcing himself on her. This pending case was enough to trigger Aamir Khan to walk out of Mogul.  Aamir tweeted that he and his company have a zero-tolerance policy against sexual misconduct and he would like to step away from the film. 



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Not only Aamir, Hrithik Roshan too chose to not work with Vikas Bahl on Super 30. Vikas has been dropped by the producer as the director of the film, though there hasn't been any official statement on it yet. Coincidently both Super 30 and Housefull 4 are produced by Sajid Nadiadwala and now that Aamir Khan and Hrithik have set a huge example, all eyes are on Akshay Kumar. Considering both Nana Patekar and Sajid Khan (Director of Housefull 4) are accused of sexual misconduct, will Akshay move away from his hit franchise as the house is literally getting full if not yet full?


Yeah akshay is such an innocent angel! He did not know anything despite being close to sajid!It's a pretense they are walking out of films, who knows behind closed doors, they are offering help and protecting them afterall birds of the same feather flock together.

Akshay is.cut from the same cloth as Patekar and Sajid. No man who respects women would say what he did to Malika Dua that he would bajao her. Pathetic,

Hrithik,aamir, akshay are so fake, they have been working with these directors who harrassed women why reacting now? They are just playing games before anyone come out and expose them so that people say he's a nice guy he walk out of the films..this cannot be true etc..damage control before damage occured..such mastermind players.

this is strange.

Of course he won’t

If he is sensible, he needs to disembark from this Titanic (Houseful 4) asap!

No way.... He himself has been a repeat offender

Sajid Nadiadwala should drop Sajid Khan and Nana Patekar. if he does not Akshay should exit the film

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