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Akshay Kumar takes 184 selfies with fans in 3 minutes: 'This is my special tribute to them'

The film is directed by  Raj Mehta

Published: 22nd February 2023
This is my special tribute to them

Akshay Kumar and Emraan Hashmi-starrer Selfie is all set to hit the theatres on Friday. Ahead of the release, Akshay took selfies with his beloved fans. Sharing the news on his social media handle, he wrote, "With the help of my fans, we have broken the Guinness World Record for Most Selfies in 3 minutes. Thank you, everyone. This was very special and I'll remember this forever."

According to the report, Akshay Kumar took 184 selfies and broke the previously held world record of 168 self-portrait photographs (selfies) taken in three minutes by James Smith (USA) aboard the Carnival Dream cruise ship on 22 January 2018. Earlier to this, in 2015 global icon and Hollywood actor Dwayne Johnson held this record with 105 self-portrait photographs (selfies) in three minutes at the premiere of San Andreas in London.

He further wrote, "Everything I have achieved and where I am in life is due to the unconditional love of my fans. This is my special tribute to them, acknowledging how they have stood by me throughout my career."

The Raj Mehta directorial is a remake of the Malayalam blockbuster Driving Licence. Selfie is produced by Karan Johar's Dharma Productions, Akshay Kumar's Cape of Good Films, Prithviraj's Prithviraj Productions and Listin Stephen's Magic Frames.


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