Akki introduces fans to three ‘Rustom’ characters

Akshay Kumar has now introduced to his fans, three characters who shaped his entire destiny in the movie.

Published: 03rd July 2016 12:43 PM  |   Last Updated: 03rd July 2016 12:43 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: After treating fans with 'Rustom'’s first look and trailer, Akshay Kumar has now introduced to his fans, three characters who shaped his entire destiny in the movie.

The actor took to his Twitter handle and shared three posters, introducing his wife Cynthia Pavri, villain Vikram Makhija and Priti Makhija, deadly sister of Vikram.

Akshay, first introduces his wife Cynthia Pavri, played by actress Ileana D’ Cruz, writing, “Meet Cynthia Pavri, the anchor of my life, my wife but then our life boat hit rock bottom!Find out on Aug 12 #Rustom.”

 Sharing an image of one of the primary villains in the movie Vikram Makhija, played by Arjan Bajwa, he wrote, “Meet Vikram Makhija, an enemy in the disguise of a friend! Full story unfolds on Aug 12. #Rustom.”

 The third poster introduces us to the character Priti Makhija, the pretty yet deadly sister of Vikram played, by actress Esha Gupta.

The poster captioned as, “Meet Priti Makhija, again was a friend of the Pavri's but was she really? Find out on Aug 12 #Rustom,” shows Esha wearing a  black and white checked dress while coolly smoking a cigarette.

The three-minute promising trailer, with a backdrop of 1959 Mumbai puts forward basic points that the film will cover and has received thumbs up from the members of the film fraternity.

The movie, which is inspired by the sensational Nanavati case, wherein a naval officer was tried in court for killing his wife's lover, is slated to hit theatres on August 12 alongside Hrithik Roshan’s ‘Mohenjo Daro`.

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