‘Mission Raniganj’ replaces Akshay Kumar’s ‘The Great Indian Rescue’ as film title
Akshay Kumar’s upcoming film, originally titled “The Great Indian Rescue,” has now been renamed “Mission Raniganj.” The movie is based on the true story of Jaswant Singh Gill, a mining engineer who saved 64 miners trapped in a flooded coal mine in Raniganj, West Bengal, in 1989.
According to sources, a one-minute teaser of the film will be released this week to coincide with Kumar’s birthday. The teaser is described as a thrilling and suspenseful preview of the movie.
The news was revealed by a source close to the development to Bollywood Hungama. They stated that the teaser is a special gift from Kumar to all his fans. More updates about the film can be found on IndiaAtNet.com.
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