Superstar Akshay Kumar has made a spoof on Delhi’s odd-even traffic scheme.
The “Baby” actor has lent his voice to make the parody on the rule that came to an end on January 15.
Designed to promote his upcoming film “Airlift”, the “odd-even rulelift clip starts with the 48-year-old actor calling up the RTO to get the information about the status of cabs in the national capital.
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“Here’s a hilarious take on Delhi’s odd-even scheme, just had to share. Have a look,” Akshay posted on Twitter.
Here’s a hilarious take on Delhi’s odd-even scheme, just had to share. Have a look. http://t.co/LA9XO5nviO
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) January 16, 2016
The 2-minute, 9-second video throws light in a funnier way that how the odd-even policy left many waiting for public transport.
“Airlift,” also starring Nimrat Kaur will hit the screens on January 22.
Directed by Raja Krishna Menon, the movie revolves around, world’s biggest civil evacuation of Indians based in Kuwait during the Iraq-Kuwait war.