Akshay Kumar's Toilet Ek Prem Katha's last song triggered a lot of negative feedback on the internet due to the stalking angle in the video. Bakheda shows Akshay's romance with Bhumi Pedenakar as well as his marriage with a cow.
While the film has a unique title and an important message on the lines of Swachch Bharat Abhiyan, the love story of Toilet Ek Prem Katha seems to be following a cliche pattern. A short film director had earlier accused the Toilet Ek Prem Katha makers for plagiarism. As per the reports of a leading daily, a regional filmmaker has alleged that the song Hans Math Pagli is copied from his film titled "Laadli".
It is Keshav, played by Akshay Kumar, and his fight against superstition and corruption to provide proper sanitation to all villagers, makes ToiletEk Prem Katha an interesting tale to watch.
But this is not the only "Bakheda" for Toilet EK Prem Katha.
In Bakheda, Keshav falls in love with Bhumi Pednekar's Jaya, who reciprocates his feelings.More news: Chelsea set to sign three players worth £125 million
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In Bakheda, Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar, who are sharing screen space for the first time, share a commendable chemistry.
Akshay is at his charismatic best, ably supported by Divyendu Sharma, playing sidekick to the gallery. The lyrics are by Garima Wahal and Siddharth Singh the music is composed by Vickey Prasad.
The movie is a satirical take on a battle against the age-old tradition of open defecation in the country.
A new song "Bhakeda" from the film has been released by the makers and the picturization of it instantly gives you a nice chaotic feel that Akshay is trying to emit throughout the whole song.