Twinkle Khanna‘s cousin brother Karan Kapadia is all set to make his big Bollywood debut with Blank where he will be seen playing the role of a suicide bomber, who suffers memory loss. Akshay Kumar and Twinkle recently shared videos wishing their cousin all the luck and urged fans to go and watch the film which will hit theatres on May 3. Also Read - Akshay Kumar Urges All to Contribute to Ram Mandir-Construction Months After Announcing His Film 'Ram Setu'

Akshay being the hilarious guy he is, took to his Instagram to share a video wishing Karan good luck in a quirky way. He captioned it, “Wishing the best of the best wishes to my dear @karankapadiaofficial for @blankthefilm , break a leg ❤️ And you guys don’t forget to catch it in cinemas this 3rd of May. Go #Blank!.” Twinkle too shared a similar video and captioned it, “What happens when you go #Blank? Find out in cinemas on the 3rd of May! @blankthefilm @karankapadiaofficialP.S This pretending to forget has strained my limited acting skills to the max:) #blankthefilm”. Also Read - Akshay Kumar Wishes Wife Twinkle Khanna on Wedding Anniversary With a Post About 'Smiles' And Togetherness

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Karan, since a very young age, wanted to be an actor and was training himself in several fields such as horse-riding, martial arts, riding a bike, and many other fields. The actor said that he “wanted to be prepared to take on anything as part of my role”.

Recently in an Interview with Times of India, the newbie revealed a lot about himself. Talking about the regular life he has led so far, Karan said, “Honestly, people still don’t know much about me (smiles). And that’s because I’ve led a very normal life, largely away from the spotlight.”.

“I’ve led an aam zindagi so far. Maybe, with this film, things will change,” he added.

Blank revolves around the story of a suicide bomber, played by Karan. The film also stars Sunny Deol who will be seen essaying the role of an anti-terrorism squad (ATS) chief. Produced by Tony D’Souza, the film is slated to release on May 3.