Akshay Kumar Emotional Over Fan Pages' B'day Wishes, Watch His Video

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Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar shared a video on Twitter thanking and acknowledging all the fan-clubs for celebrating his birthday in their own remarkable ways.

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Bollywood's much-favorite Akshay Kumar celebrated his birthday on Monday, September 9. As the actor turned 52 years old, all his fans and friends took to social media to wish him a very happy birthday. His fan-clubs across the country celebrated the occasion in their own unique ways. So, on Tuesday, Akshay Kumar, who has overwhelmed with the love thanked everyone for showering their blessings on him with an emotional video.

The actor shared a video on Twitter and acknowledged all the fan-clubs who did something remarkable to make his day special. Akshay Kumar said that he saw several videos uploaded by his fan clubs on his birthday, which just touched his heart. He revealed that one of the fan clubs celebrated his birthday with underprivileged children, while some others organized blood donation camps. There was a fan club which conducted a tree plantation drive, while there were some who paid a visit to old age homes and spent the entire day with the senior citizens there.

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"Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! No matter how many ever times I say it, it's not enough for all the love and wishes showered upon me. Still tried my best to show my gratitude. Thank you for making my day, each one of you," Akshay Kumar wrote alongside the self-made video which he posted on the micro-blogging site. 

Take a look:

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Akshay Kumar campaigns against supplement use

Akshay Kumar who is known for his inspiring fitness regime, on the ocassion of his 52nd birthday took out time from his London holiday and campaigned against the use of supplements for body-building. He flaunted off his chiselled body in a monochrome shirtless picture which he shared on social media. In the post, advocated for natural growth, and urged fans to be true to the body. 

Here's the post:


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On the professional front

Mission Mangal

Akshay Kumar's latest outing 'Mission Mangal' which released on August 15, this year, emerged as his biggest opener. The film celebrates the success of ISRO's Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) which made India the first country to launch its satellite in Mars' orbit in the first go. Apart from Akshay Kumar, 'Mission Mangal' also has an ensemble female star-cast of Vidya Balan, Taapsee Pannu, Sonakshi Sinha, Kriti Kulari and Nithya Menon. 'Mission Mangal' is produced by Cape of Good Films, Hope Productions, and Fox Star Studios.

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What's next for Akshay Kumar 

On the professional front, Akshay Kumar has a number of films in the pipeline for release. He will be starring in the upcoming venture, 'Housefull 4', 'Good News',  'Laxmi Bomb' and Rohit Shetty's 'Sooriyavanshi'. Moreover, on the occasion of his birthday, Akshay Kumar has confirmed that he will be donning the warrior hat for his next historical drama titled 'Prithviraj'. The film will reportedly revolve around the First Battle Of Tarain led by Chauhan. It is expected to go on floors by November this year. The biopic will be shot in Mumbai and Rajasthan. The actor unveiled the teaser and first look of the film and informed that the period film will be directed by Chandraprakash Dwivedi and will release on Diwali 2020. 


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