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  Toilet: Ek Prem Katha [read more]
  It really is called that
  TOILET: EK PREM KATHA is a satirical, quirky, humorous, light-hearted take on India's open-air defecation issue, aiming to tug the hearts of every single lover, who is willing to go to any lengths for their beloved. It tells the real-life love story between Keshav from Nandgaon (Mathura) played by Akshay Kumar and Jaya from Barsana (Mathura) played by Bhumi Pednekar, whose love transcends across barriers of society and tradition but is challenged by the most unexpected hurdle, a toilet. Conflict comes knocking on the first day of their marital life, when Jaya leaves Keshav's house for good, after discovering that there is no toilet. Distraught and desperate, Keshav sets out on mission to win back his love- by battling against the age old traditions, mind-set and value system of his country.

Set against the backdrop of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's initiative to improve sanitation across India, "Swachh Bharat Abhiyan" (Clean India Movement), TOILET: EK PREM KATHA is the latest statement of intent from Akshay Kumar in his bid to galvanise modernisation and equality in his home country. The film tackles the fundamental need to provide households across the nation with a functioning toilet to reduce open defecation in public, which is intricately linked to issues of women safety.

A Reliance Entertainment and KriArj Entertainment bursting onto our screens with overseas release on 11th August 2017. Click the link above to see a new song from the film.
  Graeme Clark [5 Jul 2017 at 00:04]
     

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