Gold gets golden promotion with seven landmarks becoming golden for moving promotion
Gold makers turn landmarks in Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata golden for promotion
Continuing the trend of releasing a patriotic movie on Independence Day, Akshay Kumar is releasing the hockey saga of India on 72nd Independence Day. The Gold is a tribute to the legends of first hockey team of independent India.
The story of India winning the first gold
India participated as an independent nation in the 14th London Olympiad in 1948. It was the first time that India was participating in an international sporting event and Indian hockey team made history in London. They went on winning matches against Austria, Argentina, Spain and then finally Britain.
Britain lost the final match of Olympics hockey to its former colony by 4-0. It was a stunning performance of a team that comprises of new players including Kishen Lal the captain and KD Singh (Babu) the vice-captain. And the credit of making a winning team with new players goes to the coach Tapan Das.
Akshay Kumar as Tapan Das
In Gold, Akshay Kumar is playing the role of Tapan Das, the first hockey coach of independent India. His job is to prepare the Indian hockey team for the Olympic gameand he did a commendable job. Akshay Kumar would make Tapan Das alive before the audiences in his upcoming flick Gold.
Gold in news
Recently the Gold made news when the entire team of the movie received the permission to turn seven landmarks in different cities including Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata golden to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the first gold medal. Also, Akshay Kumar released a special video to commemorate the victory of India over her former rulerson this occasion.
Gold reviews for Gold
The movie has already received a thumping response for story, screenplay, direction and acting by leading critics including cricketers VirenderSehwag and GautamGambhir.
Gold First Look & Poster
The poster has a patriotic look with Akshay Kumar leading the legendary hockey team that won the first gold medal for independent India. Also, the poster has an emotional tagline below the movie name. It is “The Dream That United Our Nation”.
Why watch the movie?
It is a historical movie good for students, families and everyone. The film shows the making of history in the 1948 Olympics games where India beat Britain in hockey by 4-0.
- Gold shooting took place in the Bradford rugby league stadium in England
- Akshay Kumar encouraged the Indian women’s hockey team playing the final match against Britain during shooting
- First movie of Akshay Kumar withReemaKagti
- In the movie, the Indian team beats Britain by 5-4