Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Akshaye growing beard and getting lonely again

Oi oi.. I do know that Akshaye Khanna is still rather shy and reserved types. Still, this tiddy-bitty surprises me. On Sunday morning, at the Willingdon Club, Akshoo, who regularly plays squash, was enjoying a game of badminton for a change.

He was sporting a beard which I’m told is going silver just like my Vijjy’s. Anyway, a middle-aged gent spotted him and asked his two sons if they recognised the dude with the daadhi. Akshoo ran off before the bachas could say, “A.” Really now, why can’t some people just let my Akshoo be! Meanies.

(Hindustan Times)

He has this annoying habit of withdrawing into his own space after a movie flops: no interviews, no photos, no events or parties, no movies. Snap out of it!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

anmol here
yaar chill maar mere baap was not a flop
it was an average runner
and about going into hiding , he does not have anything to talk about right now
akshaye is one actor who wants his fans to be remembered by his films and not by his link ups girlfriends and other attention seeking stories that otherwise most actors do now.
so let us respect that.
dont worry akshaye will be back in the news a month or so as his film SHORTKUT IS RELEASIING IN JAN.

Anonymous said...

Akshaye's doing is his own doing. He doesn't try at all, and has a grumpy outlook towards life as I've suspected. I really don't understand what the problem is. Rather than sit there and be frustrated with how your films are doing, why not change and do something about it. He should be showing active interest in trying to improve upon his weaknesses, and unfortunately Akshaye does not learn.

Anonymous said...

Akshaye Khanna is shy and reserved typed of guy by nature. He doesn't not try to overact in real life. He always be naturally himself. No 'Naqaab' personality for Akshoo. I appreciate this kind of attitude of Akshoo. I don't like actors who like pretending!

Akshoo doesn't have the necessity to learn because he is a gifted actor!

By the way, Race is a big hit and Mere Baap Pehle Aap is average not flop.