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Akshay Kumar

Akshay Kumar will be seen zooming and zipping around on a specially designed, avant-garde Vardenchi's super-bike in his upcoming movie Oh My God! Vardenchi, known for designing super-bikes for Hollywood hits such as Ghost Rider and Tron, has especially conceptualised their Chopper keeping in mind the theme of the film.

Since Akshay Kumar is playing the modern day Krishna, wearing leather jackets, a pair of aviators, the team designed a special, one-of-a-kind Vardenchi Chopper for Akshay. "It took the motorcycle company 45 days to build and the special features of this super-bike include a 500cc engine, 300mm rear tire, double-sided swing arm, classic chrome mirror, rear hidden suspension, nine function LED speedometer, handle bar indicator, and much more," said a source from the company.

Oh My God! is based on Umesh Shukla's famous Gujarati play, Kanji Viruddh Kanji. The movie, which also has Paresh Rawal releases on September 28.


Last week, the shooting of Ashuu Trikha's Enemmy was completed. Mithun Chakraborty, Suniel Shetty, Kay Kay Menon, Johnny Lever, Zakir Hussain and Mahaakshay Chakraborty shot for an action scenes on the streets of Mumbai's far-flung suburb, Malad. The cop-action drama is produced by yesteryear actress Yogita Bali under her banner Paparattzy Productions. The film is slated to release next month.

Permission denied

The makers of Mere Dad Ki Maruti shot the film in several locations in Chandigarh including the Punjab University. But when they wanted to shoot for a sequence in Sector 17 in Chandigarh to capture the natural reaction of the audience for a mob scene, they were turned back by the authorities. "The area is immensely chaotic. The application was rejected and YRF is now looking for a better location for the mob sequence," informed a source from the unit.

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