Mumbai: Akshay Kumar, who already has two films in Rs 100 crore bracket, hopes his upcoming film 'Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Dobara' will repeat the feat.
Milan Luthria-directed 'Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Dobara' is releasing on August 15.
"I am happy that I am getting good offers, opportunity to work with good directors. I feel lucky, I thank god. I hope this film achieves 100 crore," Akshay said at a promotional event of the film here. He plays the bad guy in the film.
Akshay Kumar, who already has two films in Rs 100 crore bracket, hopes his upcoming film will repeat the feat.
"I enjoyed playing the bad guy, it was fun. Long back I had played bad guy in 'Ajnabe'. I would love to play bad guy again... it gives a high," he said.
Two of Akshay's films -- "Rowdy Rathore" and "Houseful 2" -- were in the Rs 100 crore bracket.
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