ot of men are scared of her.
"There is not too much difference between Farah Khan as director and Farah Khan as choreographer. What she wants in dancing, that's exactly what she wants from an actor in scenes also. Whatever she wants, she will get it," Akshay told reporters here while promoting their upcoming movie "Tees Maar Khan".
"She is very bossy and lot of men are quite scared of her," he chuckled.
Farah has succeeded as a director so far with her "Main Hoon Naa" and "Om Shanti Om" turning blockbuster hits.
The action comedy "Tees Maar Khan", directed by Farah, is slated to release Dec 24 and has already hit the headlines for its sizzling item song "Sheila Ki Jawani" lipped by actress Katrina Kaif.
Akshay, also one of the producers of the film, was all praises for Farah and her husband Shirish Kunder for handling the production so efficiently.
"I am just there as a producer, that's it. Farah and her husband Shirish tackle the whole production work because I can't do it along with acting," said Akshay, who was in Kolkata with Katrina for the promotion of the movie.
Asked whether he is under pressure regarding the film's success as two earlier movies directed by Farah were superhits, the 'Khiladi' of Bollywood said the pressure was on Farah.
"Pressure is not on me. Pressure is on Farah because two of her earlier films were superhit. Now she has to deliver in this movie," the actor said.
The movie revolves around Tarbez Mirza Khan - a criminal played by Akshay who gets the job of robbing antiques worth Rs.500 crore from a heavily guarded moving train - and his girlfriend Anya, played by Katrina.