In the whirlwind of flying fists and roaring laughs, “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan” brings together two of Bollywood’s beloved stars, Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff, in a dynamic duo that promises to deliver more than just high-kicking action. The film, a unique blend of comedy and action, rides on the adept shoulders of these seasoned stars, each bringing their own flair to the cinematic table.

Akshay Kumar, a veteran in blending the kinetic with the comedic, shares that comedy has become a natural progression in his career. “Comedy started to come naturally to me, and I was enjoying it,” he says, reflecting on his transition from pure action roles to those demanding a humorous touch. This film, he notes, marries his twin strengths perfectly, allowing him to flex both his comedic and action muscles.

Tiger Shroff, known for his gravity-defying stunts and martial arts prowess, admits that comedy was a new playground for him. “Working with paji (Akshay) made it less challenging,” he mentions, highlighting how Akshay’s expertise in comedy eased his own path into the genre. Despite being action-oriented, Tiger reveals that there was much to learn from Akshay, not just in terms of slapstick but also in maintaining a balance between intense action sequences and light-hearted moments.

The set of “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan” was alive with more than just choreographed chaos; it was also rife with pranks, mostly off-camera, as both stars are known for their mischievous antics. “Our Instagram posts are filled with playful pranks we play on each other,” Tiger laughs, recalling one memorable prank involving a swimming pool race against Akshay.

When asked about dream cameos, the duo didn’t hesitate to express their excitement about having Prithviraj Sukumaran join them, not in a cameo but a significant role. “It’s not a cameo; it’s a full-fledged role. Prithviraj Sir’s character is going to take the film to new heights,” Tiger explains with evident enthusiasm.

In a rapid-fire round, Tiger chose beaches over mountains, a preference for sweets (in moderation), and unanimously, he opted for bromance over romance, perhaps a nod to their own off-screen camaraderie!

“Bade Miyan Chote Miyan” isn’t just a film; it’s a testament to the enduring appeal of combining hearty laughs with hard-hitting action. As the film prepares to hit the screens, it’s clear that Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff are set to deliver a knockout that’s as funny as it is fierce.