Akshay Kumar`s `It`s Entertainment` now just `Entertainment`
Zee Media Bureau/Ritika Handoo
New Delhi: Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar`s much awaited release `It`s Entertainment` has now undergone a title change. Reports now suggest that the film has been rechristened as `Entertainment`.
After Akki`s last outing, `Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty` hit the bull`s eye at the Box Office, everyone is eagerly awaiting his upcoming film which even had teasers and songs released under the same title `It`s Entertainment`.
According to reports published in a leading daily, it was initially decided that the title will be `Entertainment`, however the makers had no choice but to add `It`s` in it as the title was already registered with actor-director Amol Gupte.
Now, it has been learnt that the makers are happy with the film being called `Entertainment` and the necessary changes will be made in all the posters and other related items.
The film has been helmed by débutante director jodi of Sajid-Farhad. Tamannah Bhatia stars opposite khiladi Kumar in the lead. Interestingly, the dog named `Entertainment` plays a pivotal role in the movie by the same name. The film is expected to hit the theatres on August 8, 2014.
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