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Ac­tress Ileana D’Cruz says true free­dom will come when ev­ery­one will be “com­pletely free” to ex­press what­ever they want to, with­out peo­ple tak­ing of­fence over it. Asked what does free­dom mean to her, Ileana said: “I would con­sider I am com­pletely free when I get to say what I want to say with­out peo­ple tak­ing it as a per­sonal at­tack.” The ac­tress, who is cur­rently bask­ing in all the ap­pre­ci­a­tion com­ing her way for Rus­tom, added: “I would like to put my view across and I have been do­ing it to a cer­tain ex­tent on

In­sta­gram, and there have been quite a few peo­ple who hate me for that.” The Barfi star shared that she doesn’t want to dis­re­spect any­one, but just wants to put her view for­ward.

“I just want to say I don’t dis­re­spect any­one but this is my opin­ion and I be­lieve in equal­ity and I would like to do that with­out caus­ing any rucks be­tween any­one,” she said. Ak­shay Ku­mar’s

Rus­tom opened to house­ful mul­ti­plexes across In­dia. The mul­ti­plex that we vis­ited in And­heri had a size­able num­ber of peo­ple turn­ing up to watch the first show. And they sure didn’t leave dis­ap­pointed for Ak­shay Ku­mar’s uni­form act pro­vided them enough thrills and frills to leave them en­ter­tained. The two fac­tors of Rus­tom that worked for au­di­ence were Ak­shay Ku­mar as a naval of­fi­cer and the plot of the story loosely in­spired from the fa­mous Kawas Nana­vati case that shook the na­tion in the 60s. Ak­shay as the dash­ing mous­tache sport­ing navy gent made enough dent in the minds of au­di­ence. Right from his naval de­meanour to his per­for­mance, Khi­ladi Ku­mar packed in enough act­ing histri­on­ics to de­light au­di­ence. The ladies(Ileana D’Cruz and Esha Gupta) along with the other star cast pulled in enough power to pack the right punches ac­cord­ing to au­di­ence.

Ileana D’Cruz .

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