The Second Decade

Khakhee (2004)

This blockbuster truly made a place in the hearts of the audience. Akshay Kumar himself has confirmed at many occasions that he considers Khakhee to be one of the prominent works done by him. Despite of being stared besides big names like Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan he managed to play a marvellous role of a greedy cop. Directed by Rajkumar Santoshi, the movie also got him nominated as the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award.


Mujhse Shaadi Karogi (2004) 

Directed by David Dhawan, this movie has both Akshay Kumar aka “Wicked – Sunny” and Salman Khan aka the hot-tempered but soft Sameer. While both fall for the same girl, Sunny always aims to sabotage Sameer’s attempts with badass humor making him the catalyst of the movie. Kumar’s spotless acting in Mujhse Shaadi Karogi lists it under his best movies of all time.


Aitraaz (2004)

This movie demanded the Khiladi to play a role of a sexually harassed man in the corporate industry. Hence, making it one of the daredevil roles played by him. Based on Berry Levinson’s “Disclosure”, Aitraaz turned numerous heads with its erotic thrill. Yes, in an acclaimed manner.


Namastey London (2007)

Playing the role of a done and dusted lover in almost all of the romantic Bollywood movies, Akshay’s acting managed to make Namastey London a huge hit on the Silver Screen. Here he put across his undying simplicity and patience wrapped with considerable self-respect, to win the heart of his wife who rebukingly married him under family pressure. Directed by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, this movie successfully brought in a new pair with great chemistry.

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