Akshay Kumar starrer PadMan to be screened at Tokyo International Film Festival; see the Japanese poster

Akshay Kumar, Sonam Kapoor, and Radhika Apte starrer PadMan to be screened at Tokyo International Film Festival. The film was directed by R Balki.
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This year, Akshay Kumar's first release was PadMan which also starred Sonam Kapoor and Radhika Apte. Directed by R Balki and produced by Twinkle Khanna, the film released in India on February 9, 2018. The film was based on Twinkle's book titled The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad. It was based on a real-life story of Arunachalam Muruganantham. Arunachalam was a social activist from Tamil Nadu who made low-cost sanitary pads available for women in rural India.

In the film, Akshay Kumar's character was based on Arunachalam and he was named Lakshmikant. In a country where periods are considered a taboo in many parts, this film was a big eye-opener to discuss it openly. There are many villages and towns where women have no access to sanitary pads and hence, the film focused on the importance of them so that women can have healthy and safe periods. The film opened to good reviews and even the audience was impressed with the film's concept. PadMan will now be screened at the Tokyo International Film Festival. 

Today, Akshay Kumar shared the new Japanese Poster of PadMan on his Twitter page. He captioned it, "Here’s the Japanese poster of PADMAN!  Excited for the film to be screened at the Tokyo International Film Festival!!".

Have a look at his tweet below:

Furthermore, Akshay Kumar has a good line up of films. He will return to comedy with Sajid Khan's Housefull 4. The actor will be seen in a period drama titled Kesari.

After a long time, Akshay Kumar will be reuniting with Kareena Kapoor Khan for a family drama titled Good News. The film will be produced by Karan Johar.

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He's next in line for MeToo... Come on Raveena, Shiplpa, Aayesha, Priyanka.... Lets get this scumbag

Wait till the MeToo catches up with you Mr.

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