We see Akshay Kumar ace the leading role of Muruganantham, as he struggles to bring about a sustainable and affordable alternative to sanitary napkins to the women in his village.
If the trailer is anything to go by, Balki seems to have taken some creative liberties with Muruganantham's character.
The actor also announced today the trailer launch with a poster along with captioned, "And it's on the way!" He discusses this idea with his sister and wife.
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Eventually when no one helps him in his endeavour to make sanitary napkins then enters Sonam Kapoor who helps him realize his goals. The best part about his movies is how easily he conveys the message through his charm and comic timing.
Akshay Kumar shared the trailer on Twitter. Sonam Kapoor impresses as a young and strong social worker while Radhika steals the show with her infectious charm. PadMan is the story of India's menstrual superhero - Arunachalam Muruganantham - the social entrepreneur from Tamil Nadu whose low-priced sanitary napkin-making machine has significantly brought down the cost of sanitary hygiene in rural areas. The film is produced by Twinkle Khanna's Mrs Funnybones Productions.
Finally for all those men who keep on belittling women with sentences like, "That time of the month?", "Are you PMSing?", "What's the big deal about it?", here's what Padman has to say, "Bloody men!"
PadMan releases in cinemas worldwide on the 26th January to inspire us all through Sony Pictures Entertainment, India.