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Akshay Kumar starrer ‘The Great Indian Rescue’ renamed ‘Mission Raniganj’

Akshay Kumar’s upcoming film ‘The Great Indian Rescue’ has been renamed ‘Mission Raniganj’. It is a film based on the true story of Jaswant Singh Gill, a mining engineer who saved the lives of 64 miners trapped in a flooded coal mine in Raniganj, West Bengal, in 1989.

Sources say that a one-minute teaser of the film is ready to hit the tube this week to coincide with Kumar’s birthday.

“A thrilling edge-of-the-seat teaser of the film is cut and ready to be launched on Akshay Kumar’s birthday. It’s Khiladi’s gift to all the fans,” revealed a source close to the development to Bollywood Hungama.

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