He says the distributor has applied for tax exemption for the film.
During the trailer launch of the film here on Thursday, when asked that after “Rustom” and “Airlift” crossed the Rs 100 crore mark at the box office, whether he was looking forward to minting more moolah, Akshay said: “I am interested in more eyeballs than the box office collection.
“In fact, I wish the ticket price of this film to be low so that more people can go and watch the film. Around 54 per cent people in our country have no access to toilets. So, my concern is to make people aware of the issue. They should go and watch the film rather than (we) count on the box office collection.”