Akshay Kumar launched FAU-G mobile game immediately after the Indian government proposed a ban on 118 Chinese apps and games. Incidentally, PUBG Mobile which is the most popular mobile game in India also is a part of the list. The superstar is supporting this new game developed by nCore Games from Bengaluru, India.
Is FAU-G The Same Game Developed By Sushant Singh Rajput's Gaming Company?
Fans are indeed happy that the Khiladi Kumar is doing this to support the Atma Nirbhar Bharat call from the Indian Prime Minister. However, Sushant Singh Rajput fans believe that it is the same game that the actor developed through his gaming company. The speculations started after a post of SSR regarding coding games surfaced online.
In the post, Sushant wrote, "I love computer gaming and always wanted to learn the language behind it. So last few weeks I’ve been trying to learn coding and it has been an extremely exciting process to say the least and yet I’m just scratching the surface.:) A special mention to ‘khan Academy’ spreading a world-class and free education for all, just wow !!"
It followed a lot of speculations and rumors.
Many fans slammed nCore Games for stealing patents from SSR. A user wrote, "This patent is stolen from SSR. He was working on coding and gaming... Remember his 8 stolen hard-drive... And remember @akshaykumar secret meeting with Aditya Thackery and DCP post SSR's death?" Fans also shared the coding sheet shared by Sushant Singh Rajput on his Instagram account earlier.
However, later on, clarifications came from the developing company nCore Games that FAU-G does not have any association with Sushant Singh Rajput.
Even SSR's niece confirmed the same.
Another speculation related to this Indian game is that it supports the BJP ideology of hypernationalism. A user wrote, "There's a serious issue with @akshaykumar's upcoming app #FAUG. Why is it named FAU-G? Name FAU-G oozes hypernationalism, a BJP's ideology. Couldn't they give it a secular name, something like NEHRU-G so that minorities too could play it while feeling inclusive? Huge disappointment!"
Many even believe that the Indian Government and Akshay Kumar pre-planned the launch of FAU-G. They timed its launched immediately after the ban on PUBG Mobile. A user wrote, "To ban PUBG & replacing it with FAU-G exposes the Government's intention to push students to become Fauji in future. The student's independence to become what they like is also suppressed by deceit by the Govt. This is against fundamental rights for a person given by Constitution."
The speculations and rumors continue to circulate online. However, facts reveal that FAU-G is an original game developed by the Bengaluru-based company. And that it has no association with Sushant Singh Rajput's gaming company.