After Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobara, Akshay Kumar plans to come back for more to Oman

Akshay KumarAkshay who fell in love with Oman said he will be back for another film next year.

Actor Akshay Kumar, who shot some portions of his upcoming film Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobara in Oman, has fell in love with the destination and wants to shoot another film there.

"I have enjoyed myself thoroughly... I was there for shooting but I thought I was on a vacation. I played a lot of water sports. I am going to be coming there for another film next year for which I will talk later. I feel lot of people should travel there," Akshay told reporters here at an event yesterday.

It is said that Oman is too hot but Akshay feels it's a good place to lose weight and that the weather could not have been better.

The 45-year-old actor said the first time he shot for a film abroad was in Bangkok in 1992. It's a special place for the 'Khiladi' as he studied martial arts there and even took up a job in early days.

His co-star Sonakshi Sinha also had a gala time shooting in Oman.

"It's a beautiful place...I was there for four days but in that short span of time I loved this place so much that it has now become one of my top destinations for a holiday," she said.

In her free time, Sonakshi did water sports and photo shoots. The film directed by Milan Luthria releases on August 15.

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