Akshay Kumar starrer ‘Mission Raniganj: The Great Bharat Rescue’ has been the talk of the town since its announcement. The film which is produced by Pooja Entertainment brings the larger-than-life story of Jaswant Singh Gill and his bravery to the big screens is carrying immense buzz among the cinegoers and the recently released trailer promises a thrilling experience for the fans and the audiences. But before known as ‘Mission Raniganj: The Great Bharat Rescue’, the film was titled ‘Mission Raniganj: The Great Indian Rescue’. The change in the title happened just a day prior to its teaser release and the decision was taken in the context of respect towards the Government’s decision to change India from Bharat.
The film which presents the real-life story of unsung hero Jaswant Singh Gill presents Akshay Kumar in the character of Sardaar for the fourth time. The character of Sardaar has always been a Lucky factor for Akshay Kumar and before ‘Mission Raniganj: The Great Bharat Rescue’ the actor played the Sikh characters in ‘Kesari’ (2019), ‘Singhh is Bliing (2014) and in comedy entertainer ‘Singh Is Kinng’ (2008).
All of the above-mentioned films where Akshay Kumar played the character of Sikh has been successful venture at the box office as well as received audiences immense love. With his portrayal and appearance, he owes the character of Sardaar and the audiences love to watch him in such roles. Akshay making a comeback to the Sardaar character piqued the audience’s interest and anticipation, and as the release date of the film approaches, audiences are eager to watch him bringing another character to life.