WATCH: Akshay Kumar flying kites on the sets of 'Naam Shabana'; Actor plays cameo in Taapsee Pannu
The video Akshay shared has him attempting to fly kites in the evening in the low lights. Akshay, who recently got back from his family holidays from Maldives looked excited on the sets of 'Naam Shabana'.
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Akshay is seen flying a kite on the shores of Ganga and he claims in the video.. "hamne patang looti hai(robbed this kite)... I had never thought i would do this.. this is such a cool thing man"
He posted the video on Instagram with captioned, "Impromptu kite flying session on the banks of River Ganga...BEST EXPERIENCE EVER!!!Couldn't be happier ????#simplejoys"
Also see Akshay's Maldives holiday pictures:
Before flying kites, Akshay has posted a picture from the sets of 'Naam Shabana' writing, "Taking a moment to admire the beauty around...of the holy Ganges, almost tempted to take a dip, what say?"
And early in the day he announced his arrival on the sets by posting the picture of the clapboard of the film. He wrote, "Eariler A unique attempt,for the very first time in Indian cinema.Get ready to be surprised with #NaamShabanacoming your way next year!"
'Naam Shabana' will hit the screens next year. The project is being helmed by filmmaker Shivam Nair and will be produced by Shital Bhatia.
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