The Khiladi's star's dearest friend and co-star in most of his movies, Suneil Shetty, seemed to have loved it too.
With the esteem and warmth being shown by the actors of Bollywood through making short videos did create ample hype for the film and the tremendous steps taken by Akshay Kumar towards the making of toilets to the cleanliness. Akshay Kumar's "Toilet Ek Prem Katha" is expected to do the better box office business in comparison of Shah Rukh Khan's latest film 'Jab Harry Met Sejal.' The good and positive reviews from the film critics will surely increase the number of the box office collection. Whereas in the overseas market it can assemble 590 screens.
The trailer of Toilet: Ek Prem Katha broke major records.
Yes, you might be hearing the word "toilet" multiple time throughout the film but you will soon get comfortable with it. Akshay's last Independence Day release, Rustom, struck gold at the box office.More news: Manchester United defender Fosu-Mensah joins Crystal Palace on loan
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Divyendu Sharma played the role of Akshay Kumar's brother.
The movie has been talk of the town not just because of its unusual concept, but also for several controversies, which included the leak controversy, stalking debate and even the CBFC issue. Here Akshay will go all of his ways to get back his wife, Jaya. Despite all the positives, the length of the film is an issue. However, the repetitiveness may hamper Toilet: Ek Prem Katha's impact. Audiences across the nation are enjoying the movie as it is based on the reality of some villages in India. The story is good whereas music is also decent. The celluloid, which is directed by Shree Narayan Singh, received average response from the audiences in opening day.