The actor says such type of films come 'almost once in an actor's lifetime'.

"My Twitter feed has been flooded with #Airlift, so much positivity and love... I couldn't have asked for more and for sure wasn't expecting this much hence feeling very overwhelmed," Akshay tweeted yesterday.

"While most of you have written I should do more films like 'Airlift'... I wish I could but honestly films like these come very rarely, almost once in an actor's lifetime and I am extremely fortunate to be a part of it. Thank you all for everything," he added.

Directed by Raja Krishna Menon, 'Airlift', which also stars 'The Lunchbox' actress Nimrat Kaur, tells how the Indian government evacuated 1,70,000 people of Indian origin and also of other nationalities through 488 flights during the Iraq-Kuwait war.


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