Akshay Kumar’s “Great Indian Rescue” Renamed to “Great Bharat Rescue” Amid India Name Change Row? Here’s What We Know

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Akshay Kumar’s “Great Indian Rescue” Becomes “Great Bharat Rescue” – The Name Change Controversy

In a surprising turn of events, Akshay Kumar’s forthcoming film, “Mission Raniganj,” has undergone a significant name change. Previously promoted and referred to as “The Great Indian Rescue,” the film now carries the title “Great Bharat Rescue.” This unexpected alteration in the film’s name has raised eyebrows and sparked curiosity among fans and observers.

The Context: India Name Change Row

The change in the film’s title comes at a time when the debate over renaming India to Bharat has been a topic of discussion. A recent viral dinner invitation from the President during the G20 Summit referred to the “President of Bharat” instead of the “President of India.” This seemingly innocuous alteration triggered a political controversy, with discussions and speculations about whether the government is considering a formal name change for the country.

In light of this ongoing debate, the alteration in the tagline of “Mission Raniganj” has not gone unnoticed. Akshay Kumar unveiled the film’s motion poster on a Wednesday, emphasizing the central character as “Bharat’s true hero.” This choice of wording, initially referred to as “India’s true hero” in a tweet that was later deleted, has led many to speculate if the film’s name change is related to the broader discussions surrounding India’s identity.

Fans React to the Name Change

As fans shared the motion poster on social media, comments and discussions erupted regarding the film’s name change. Some fans saw it as a promotional opportunity, with one comment noting, “They took this as an opportunity for promotion lol. They renamed a whole movie.” Another comment humorously suggested, “The great ‘Bharat’ rescue…poster designer has definitely been overworked in the last couple of days.”

About “Mission Raniganj”

“Mission Raniganj” draws its inspiration from a real-life incident that occurred in November 1989 at the Raniganj Coalfield. The film narrates the heroic efforts of Jaswant Singh Gill in leading a rescue mission to save trapped miners. Starring Akshay Kumar, Parineeti Chopra, and a talented ensemble cast, the film is directed by Tinu Suresh Desai and produced by Vashu Bhagnani, Jackky Bhagnani, Deepshikha Deshmukh, and Ajay Kapoor.

The movie is set to hit theaters on October 6, promising an engaging cinematic experience that celebrates the courage and determination of a true hero.

As the film’s release date approaches, the debate over its name change and its connection to the broader discussions about renaming India to Bharat remains a topic of intrigue and speculation.

Stay tuned to Bollywood Galiyara for further updates on this intriguing development.

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