The manufacturers of ‘Gold’ at a special advertising strategy introduced the teaser of’Gold’ by evoking the feelings of a viewer in the theater of 15-Aug.
The’Gold’ teaser showcased a preamble asking patrons in the theater to stand up to the National Anthem, once the audience appears in regard, the British National anthem has been performed, leaving an audience in misery with the sense of patriotism for India.
Thank you everyone for all the love and support pouring in for the special unit of #Gold…sharing it here, on popular demand 🙂 It’s time to #StandUpForGold https://t.co/4rdAoS8Q7y@excelmovies @FarOutAkhtar @ritesh_sid @Roymouni @kagtireema
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) June 15, 2018
Set in 1948,
The historic story of India’s 1st Olympic medal posts their independence.
Starring : Akshay Kumar, Mouni Roy, Farhan Akhtar and Atul Kale
Directed By: Reema Kagti
Produced By: Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar
Written By: Rajesh Devraj and Reema Kagti
The teaser revisits the sensation of disrespect that Indian’s needed to confront pre Freedom while needing to stay inattention to the British National anthem. Evoking the feeling of patriotism to the country, the teaser struck chords with all the crowd garnering praises from maybe not the only the sponsors but also the netizens following the launch of the identical online.
The sports-based movie starring Akshay Kumar takes the viewer back in time to watch the battle of a group to create the country happy.
The upcoming sports movie ‘Gold’ starring Akshay Kumar releases this independence Day marking 70 decades of Free India’s first Gold medal in the 1948 Olympics. India won its initial gold’ decoration as an independent country in the Olympics on August 12, 1948. Celebrating this historical event, the makers are all set to release the movie on the 15-Aug this season.
‘Gold’ not merely marks the first-ever affiliation between Akshay Kumar and Excel Entertainment headed by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar but additionally is the introduction of TV feeling Mouni Roy.
The teaser portrayed the battle for India’s first Gold as a free country. While we’d won several awards beneath the British Raj, the narrative of the Gold medal was exceptional. The movie was taken across the united kingdom and India, shooting the interesting facets of this pre-independent era.