Khiladi 786 Team launches Angry Khiladi Game
Friday, December 07, 2012 12:36 IST
By Santa Banta News Network
With 'Dress Like a Khiladi' contest becoming a hit, the Khiladi team has gone a step ahead by launching an action game titled Angry Khiladi, which will give fans a chance to play as Akshay Kumar himself.

Sparks are expected to fly as Rohit Shetty who is known for the larger-than-life stunts in his films has directed the action sequences.

Akshay Kumar who plays a Punjabi Munda in the film has gone all out and taken action to another level. While even the gen-next stars depend upon harness, technology and body doubles for all action sequences, Akshay Kumar takes an opposite route.

The Khiladi fearlessly performances all the dare devil stunts and the 'Angry Khiladi' game gives their fans an opportunity to be the 'Khiladi'.

The action game kicked off yesterday and in no time the game has become popular across all age groups. Considering the fanfare of the Khiladi Bhaiyya, fans are enjoying the treat of being the next 'Angry Khiladi'.
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