Singer-composer Himesh Reshammiya, who has co-produced "Khiladi 786" with Akshay Kumar, is sure it will be yet another Rs.100 crore film for the actor.
"As far as Rs.100 crore is concerned, I am 100 percent sure and pray that the record Akshay Kumar has set with 'Rowdy Rathore' and 'OMG- Oh My God!' this year, in 'Khiladi 786' we will surely cross that figure," the 39-year-old said here Tuesday on the sidelines of a college fest.
Reshammiya was present at the event with Akshay and the film's leading lady Asin Thottumkal.
Reshammiya also spoke highly of Akshay's chemistry with veteran actor Mithun Chakraborty.
"Mithun da and Akshay's jodi has always been a hit. Mithun ji is a legend. He is playing Asin's elder brother Tatya Tukaram Tendulkar, who is a don and has done fantastic work," he said.
Directed by Ashish R. Mohan, "Khiladi 786" hits theatres Dec 7.
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