Akshay Kumar Is An Undisputable King Of Bollywood Comedy And Here Is Why

Ankita Chetana |Feb 04, 2020

Be it his stunts or his emotional dialogues, Akshay Kumar never fails to impress us with his action films and dramas as well. But rather than that, he’s a true king of comedy that we penned the much-loved noted for.

Every time Akshay Kumar releases a genre of films such as action or drama, he quite leaves no stone unturned. As his stunts in the action films have wowed us with his excellent skill, he rather turns us into crying when saying something heartfelt. However, more than every genre of films, he has proved that no one can replace him for the title ‘King of Comedy’. Read the below to run a list of his comedies to know why.

Heri Pheri

Akshay Kumar in "Heri Pheri"

With the appearance of the trio including Akshay Kumar, Suniel Shetty, and Paresh Rawal, the 2000 release became a cult film over time. In a social poll of The Indian Express, Heri Pheri was picked as the greatest comedy in Bollywood of all time. On its opening day, the movie didn’t create magic at the box office but later, it hit a blockbuster when collecting Rs 17.25 crore over the nation.

Housefull franchise

Embracing a star-studded cast, the series of Housefull throughout the time has been a burst of much-awaited laughter for all the audiences. The Khiladi of Bollywood has followed all four parts of the funny franchise that his performance delivers the best light to watch. Even when the latest release Housefull 4 didn’t receive a lot of high appreciation from both film critics and the viewers, the actor’s performance was all praised to distribute the sense of humor on the screen.

Bhool Bhulaiya

Akshay in "Bhool Bhulaiyaa"

His role in the film was underrated but actually, the superstar packed various smiles to give the onlookers. The 2007 horror-comedy was hard to say to hit the limelight at that time, but it scored another success at the box office for Akshay. It attained numerous universal critical claims and also carved a niche in the Hindi theatres.

Heyy Baby

Inspired by the 1987 American film Three Men and a Baby, Heyy Baby was a hit lifting the actor’s feet to a higher level. From a witty womanizer to a responsible daddy, the 54-year-old actor gave an out-and-out hit. Adapting many favorable responses from the viewers including film critics and suggested that it was a must-buy filmy product. Movie critic Taran Adarsh pointed 4/5 stars and stated that the entertaining film has something for all of us.


Akshay in "Welcome"

Anees Bazmee’s comedy was the second-highest-grossing movie at the box office in 2007, behind Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone starer Om Shanti Om. It also opened the Welcome series and stated to be a blockbuster in both domestically and internationally. Though the film received mixed reviews from the viewers, it started to hit a massive collection over Aamir Khan’s Taare Zameen Par.

In the film, the Bollywood Khiladi portrayed the role of a man making attempts to cross his brother-in-law. His acting skill through Welcome verified us from smile to laughter in the set of comedy.

Over the decade, Akshay Kumar has made


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