Superstar Akshay Kumar recently showed his ‘kind’ gesture once again after visiting Kashmir. The actor donated ₹ 1 Crore to rebuild a school in a remote area of Kashmir.
On June 17, Akshay Kumar had visited Kashmir and spent a whole day with Border Security Force (BSF). Later, the 53-year-old actor took to his Twitter and shared some pictures of the visit. Akshay Kumar’s tweet reads, “Spent a memorable day with the @bsf_india bravehearts guarding the borders today. Coming here is always a humbling experience… meeting the real heroes My heart is filled with nothing but respect.”
The Khiladi Kumar spotted a school in dilapidated condition during his visit and wished to contribute ₹ 1 Crore for its re-construction. On Thursday, Akshay Kumar attended the virtual stone laying ceremony. The education block has been named after the name of Akshay Kumar’s father, late Hari Om Bhatia.
BSF shared the news of stone laying ceremony on Twitter. Their tweet reads, “DG BSF Sh Rakesh Asthana along with Sh @akshaykumar Padma Shri laid foundation stone of Hari Om Bhatia Education Block at Govt Middle School Niru, Kashmir in presence of Smt Anu Asthana, President BWWA & Sh Surendra Panwar, SDG Western Command BSF through weblink today.”
Be it a martyr’s family or any natural calamity victims. Akshay Kumar always stands on front for providing financial supports to many needy people. On work front, The Guarantee Kumar has around 20 projects in his pipeline. To name a few, his upcoming films includes-Sooryavanshi, Bachchan Pandey, Prithviraj, Bell Bottom, Raksha Bandhan, Atrangi Re. The Superstar is also gearing up for his digital debut on Amazon Prime with a futuristic action series ‘The End’.