Gold trailer out: Akshay Kumar's sports drama will ignite emotion of patriotism among fans — Watch

The lines- 'For 200 Years we stood up for the British National Anthem, until, one man's dream, made the British stand up for our Anthem'- from the teaser will instantly rouse your patriotic spirit.

Gold trailer out: Akshay Kumar's sports drama will ignite emotion of patriotism among fans — Watch
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New Delhi: After raising the excitement of fans with posters and teasers that ignite the emotion of patriotism among the fans, the much-awaited trailer of Akshay Kumar's historical sports drama 'Gold' has finally been unveiled.

As expected, the trailer is laced with patriotic fervour and national spirit. The background music too is very captivating and will end up giving up an adrenaline rush. With the tagline of the film reading, "The Dream that united the nation", the film will take the audience back in time and root for India's victory against the Britishers in the cinema theatres. 

Watch the trailer here:

Akshay too shared the trailer on his Twitter handle and wrote, "Winners under British India, Legends under Free India. Witness the golden era of Indian Hockey through Gold."

'Gold' revolves around the journey of Tapan Das to win India's first Gold in Hockey. The film will hit the screens this Independence Day marking 70 years of Free India's first Gold medal at the 1948 Olympics.

However, it will face a Box Office clash with John Abraham's 'Satyamev Jayate' and Deol's 'Yamala Pagala Deewana: Phir Se'. 

Directed by Reema Katgi and produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar under the Excel Entertainment banner, 'Gold' also features Kunal Kapoor, Vineet Kumar Singh, Amit Sadh, Sunny Kaushal playing pivotal parts. Mouni, who is a popular television actress, and shot to fame with hit show 'Naagin', has been paired opposite Akshay and will be making her Bollywood debut with this film. 

The story is set on the backdrop of India winning its first gold medal in hockey as a free nation in the 1948 Summer Olympics. The film has been shot across India and the UK capturing the fascinating aspect of the pre-Independence era and the struggle of the Hockey players.

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