Akshay Kumar said he and Hrithik Roshan had no clash


Bollywood on-screen character Akshay Kumar whose as of late discharged film Rustom conflicted with Hrithik Roshan-starrer Mohenjo Daro at the box office  said there were no conflicts between the performing artists and they were still companions. 

Akshay's Rustom and Hrithik's Mohenjo Daro bolted horns in the box office on August 12. Akshay, be that as it may, rose as the champ as Rustom has earned over Rs 50 crore in the nation while Hrithik's film oversaw Rs 30 crore in the cinema world.

On being asked whether the same releasing date has changed the equation between the two stars, Akshay said, “We are still neighbours. We are still friends (and) we still talk to each other and eat together.” On being asked if Hrithik congratulated him, Akshay said, “No he hasn’t till now.”
The Baby actor said “clash” was not the right word to use when two films release on the same day. “It is not a clash. Do not give it a word clash. Clash is a wrong word (and) we do not clash with each other. We always pray that movies should run at the box office, if the films do well, actors will also do well and eventually the film industry will run,” Akshay said.

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According to the 48-year-old actor, it is important that every film does well commercially. “We want to make films like in Hollywood. They make big action films and we would also like to do it. And that can only happen if all films work,” he said. Besides acting in mainstream films, Akshay has also earned rave reviews for his roles in real life dramas like Special 26, Baby, Airlift and Rustom. “These films are also commercial. Just because these films are real stories do not mean they are not commercial. It is not right to say these are not commercial films. It is also commercial cinema and people are liking such films,” he said.

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“I am happy that people enjoy these kinds of films. It gives a boost to other filmmakers to make (films on) real life incidents. It is nice,” he added. Interestingly, many celebrities including Rajnikanth, Salman Khan, Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt and others promoted Rustom. “It was very good that my colleagues and others with whom I have not worked also came ahead (to promote Rustom). I am very thankful to them for supporting my film. They (actors) also tweeted about my film. It does work well,” he said.

Akshay said his wife Twinkle Khanna and his mother-in-law did see Rustom and liked the movie. “I think this trend (of actors promoting films of their colleagues) should continue and we should do it with other films. I feel everybody’s film should run. It is important for the film industry,” he added.