Amidst all the buzz for the film Airlift, its trailer was released yesterday having Akshay Kumar in the central role in opposite Nimrat Kaur who has played the character of his wife in the film. The film is based on the real life incident, which deals in with one of the biggest evacuations on earth witnessed in Kuwait during the Iraq & Kuwait war. However, the gruesome incident led by the dictator Saddam Hussein, Akshay Kumar seemed leading a life king-size. You find the trailer showcasing his own saga in his own words relating to a man who is a successful business tycoon called Ranjit Katyal a brand in himself in Kuwait.
He has a great influence in the business community and a known face in Middle East till the country is hit hard by the invasion carried out by Iraq. The very next moment his life is upside down leading him just another common Indian based in Kuwait. Soon, the excavation of more than 1,70,000 Indians were seen taking place also showcased in the movie with people all around seen like animals. This was one of the biggest rescue operation ever since in the history of Indians. Once catch the real glimpse of the same in the trailer, which seemed fantastically made giving much of the real elements to it. You can find Akki in both the big and small avatar, while Nimrat Kaur her screen wife seen missing from the trailer, which indicate the screen presence of her in the film.
In a two minute teaser, we can hardly get a glimpse of the lady, wonder can we still call her to be the lead actress of the film. The background score seems competitive, which helps in adding up the thrill element in the film. The movie is seen coming from the same production team, who has successfully carried out the film D Day and Baby, which is directed by Raja Krishna Menon. After the film Baby, this is yet again a serious kind of film for Akki dealing again with the same old story of patriotism as seen in movies like Baby or Holiday. All in all, you can call the teaser to be promising and intriguing and thus one expect a good movie as the New Year starts.