Akshay Kumar’s Fans Show Love for their ‘Khiladi’ the Right Way

Akshay Kumar turned 50 on 9 September. And his fans, who call themselves “Akkians” decided to make his birthday special for the underprivileged. They organised health check-up camps, donated books and snacks at orphanages across India.

In Maharashtra

In Odisha

In Assam

In Jharkhand

Akshay Kumar expressed his gratitude and thanked his fans for the thoughtful gesture.

In a country where we waste milk on superstars (50,000 litres of milk was wasted on posters of Rajinikanth during the release of his film, Kabali), this is certainly a better way for fans to appreciate their favourite stars.

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