Gold actor Akshay Kumar turns traffic cop to promote road safety

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But with Bollywood embracing her with open arms and so many films in the pipeline, will Mouni return to the television industry?

Seventy years have passed since Independent India had won its first Olympic gold in hockey in London defeating Britain, where Balbir Singh Sr. had started as a goalkeeper before moving up as a full-back and eventually a center forward. The fact that she appeared in one of the episodes of Bigg Boss 11 with Salman, ensured that the rumour stayed afloat for a long time.

On the work front, Mouni's bucket is filled with a lot of upcoming projects.

'Akshay is unbelievable human being, fun and frolic, serious about when it comes to his scenes, very generous.

"As our national anthem was being played and the tri-colour was going up, I felt that I too was flying with the flag".

'I am never leaving TV. I am a very proud television actor and it has given me everything and has made me who I am today.

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'There was pressure, and that's why the film has turned out to be what it is, ' she added.

He said the bill aims at bringing widespread reforms in the transport sector and rued that it has become a trend that people have no respect or fear of traffic laws.

Hindustan Times, owned by HT Media Ltd, is one of India's largest publications that provides unbiased news, analysis and features on politics, sports, entertainment, lifestyle and more. Directed by Reema Kagti, Gold also marks Mouni Roy's first big screen Bollywood venture and will also star Amit Sadh and Sunny Kaushal.

The film has been shot across the United Kingdom and India, capturing the fascinating aspects of the pre-independent era.

The film is set to hit the theatres on August 15.