Oppsss Cool: Akshay Kumar’s Airlift on the same lines as Steven Spielberg’s...

Oppsss Cool: Akshay Kumar’s Airlift on the same lines as Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List


Back in time when Liam Neeson was not playing an assassin or saving his kidnapped family, he featured as a principal protagonist in Steven Spielberg’s Oscar winning play Schindler’s List (1993). More than a few decades down the line, Akshay Kumar is playing with a part that is similar in the same setting for the movie Airlift.

While Oskar Schindler was a real-life character, Ranjit Katyal too relies on four real life characters, that have been united into one.

In addition, the movie brought Steven Spielberg a few Oscars (Best Director, Best Picture).”

Yes, it turned out to be a fantastic film and then the most popular component is of course that of the triumph of human spirit, in the event you truly compare Airlift with that. Both movies handle evacuation and Airlift does make a significant opinion.”

Schindler’s List also starred Ralph Fiennes and Ben Kingsley in noteworthy characters who came up with outstanding performances at the same time. Airlift has trusted performers in vital parts like Purab Kohli Prakash Belawadi and Kumud Mishra, and one waits to see if third time director Raja Menon has produce an award winning romance also.

“Well, that’s some thing which could be understood several months from now but what’s pretty much clear for now is that only like Schindler’s List, even Airlift is a no nonsense relationship,” an industry insider remarks, “There isn’t anything frivolous around this heart wrenching play that managed to locate an entry into the record books. Akshay has produced a performance of an eternity in the picture. Like the part in the Spielberg play of Liam Neeson, you’ll locate a strong human touch in Akshay’s act at the same time. It’s but one of his most sensitive performances ever and he’s surpassed himself.”

Well, we’d like to find out that for real.

  • Elba

    Woww! Big claim, i hoop it is not just a mean publicity. Never mind it is the film i putting my bet on