Selfiee: Emraan Hashmi Shares A Tweet With Akshay Kumar; Says, Something Is About to Begin”

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A new Hindi movie Selfie starred Emraan Hashmi and Akshay Kumar. Recently, Emraan shared a post on his social media account with Akshay Kumar. The caption he wrote actually teased the audience. He wrote, “Something is about to begin”.

Originally, Selfie is the Hindi remake of a Malayalam language film Driving License that starred Suraj Venjaramoodu and Prithviraj Sukumaran in their respective pivotal roles.

 

Selfiee: Emraan Hashmi Shares A Tweet With Akshay Kumar; Says, Something Is About to Begin”

It all happened on Friday when Emraan took to her social media account where he chose to share his a picture with Akshay Kumar and wrote, ‘Something is about to begin and it’s just around the corner’.

After the actor tweeted, fans started commenting while having their own assumptions and excitement. Some of them even commented that they are actually looking for the upcoming announcement. While some were curious to know if the film’s trailer was released.

After it happened, trade analyst Atul Mohan also shared a tweet that said, “#Exclusive For all those asking… The trailer of #Selfiee will be out on 19th Jan! The jodi of #AkshayKumar and #EmraanHashmi is looking ‘Dhamaal’ in this one”.

As per the latest Bollywood News, Selfiee is about to feature the recreation of Saif Ali Khan and Akshay Kumar’s 1994 song titled “Main Khiladi Tu Anari”.

And this is what Emraan had taken it to the social media to make the announcement of the song, “28 years after the original .. The OG khiladi with the new Anari. This stare down led to a dance off . And what a dance off it was . (Haven’t stopped icing my feet ever since ) #selfiee.”

Selfiee is directed by Raj Mehta starring Nushrratt Bharuccha and Diana Penty. It’s slated to be released this year.

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Also Read: Selfie Teaser: Akshay Kumar, Emraan Hashmi Team Up for the Driving License Remake

 

 

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