Helmed by Reema Kagti, ‘Gold’ was inspired by a real-life story of hockey player Balbir Singh, who manifested the 1948 Olympic gold medal-winning feat of the Indian Men’s Hockey Team. Akshay played the role of Tapan Das in the film, who, as the manager of the team, not only formed a team but also took them to victory with his firm belief in them.
Upon realizing the extent to which women are affected by their menses, a man sets out to create a sanitary pad machine and to provide inexpensive sanitary pads to the women of rural India. R Balki’s ‘Padman’ was considered as one of the breakthrough films in Indian cinema as it addressed the issue of menstrual hygiene. The film was based on the real-life story of Arunachalam Muruganantham, who hails from a remote area in Tamil Nadu. Akshay played the role of Muruganantham who devises a clean and budget-friendly sanitary napkin for women who do not have access to proper sanitary facilities.
Based on an incredible true story of the Battle of Saragarhi a battle between 21 soldiers of the 36th Sikhs of the British Indian Army and 10,000 Afridi and Orakzai Pashtun tribesmen in 1897.
Rustom, a naval officer, shares a happy relationship with his wife Cynthia. Soon, he discovers her affair with Vikram, a close friend, and is accused of murdering him. Soon, he surrenders after murdering the lover but as the case unfolds, it starts to reveal his hidden intention.
Ranjit Katiyal, an Indian businessman, leads a happy and successful life in Kuwait with his family. However, when Iraq invades Kuwait, he decides to risk his life to save his stranded countrymen. When Iraq invades Kuwait in August 1990, a callous Indian businessman becomes the spokesperson for more than 170,000 stranded countrymen.