Akshay Kumar visited the Tulail LoC in the Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. He met with the Border Security Force (BSF) Jawans throughout his go to and spent the day with them. The actor additionally donated Rs. 1 crore for constructing a school in the distant Tulail village alongside the LoC. The school might be named after the actor’s father Hari Om.
On Friday, Akshay Kumar shared footage from his go to and wrote, (*1*)
Spent a memorable day with the @BSF_India bravehearts guarding the borders right this moment. Coming right here is at all times a humbling expertise… assembly the actual heroes ♥️ My coronary heart is full of nothing however respect. pic.twitter.com/dtp9VwSSZX
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) June 17, 2021
On the midday of June 16, Akshay reached Neeru village in Tulail by helicopter the place he met the Jawans. He was seen dressed in a camouflage T-shirt and cargo pants. He additionally paid tribute to the fallen braves in a tribute ceremony attended by BSF Jawans.
Akshay had beforehand met BSF troopers in 2019 in the course of the launch of his movie Kesari.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, Akshay Kumar took to his social media deal with to announce the discharge of his much-awaited spy thriller Bell Bottom. The movie might be launched in theatres on July 27.
ALSO READ: REVEALED: Here’s why Akshay Kumar’s Bellbottom is releasing in cinemas on a Tuesday