Akshay Kumar overlooks question on skipping casting vote
After he was vigorously reprimanded for not casting vote in the election held for six Lok Sabha seats in Mumbai, on-screen character Akshay Kumar avoided inquiries on his obvious nonappearance.
Akshay Kumar was in news just a couple of days prior for his “non-political” interview with PM Narendra Modi.
In any case, the hero of movies like “Kesari”, “Toilet Ek Prem Katha” and “Airlift” which had nationalistic suggestions, gave casting vote a miss on Monday.
At an uncommon screening of the film “Blank” on Tuesday, the entertainer communicated with the media, commending the motion picture and the exhibitions of debutantes.
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Be that as it may, when the on-screen character was inquired as to why he skipped casting vote, Akshay basically strolled off, saying “Chaliye chaliye (lets go, lets go).”
The incongruity of Akshay skipping casting vote did not go unnoticed on Twitter, as simply a month ago Modi had labeled the entertainer in a tweet, requesting that he support casting vote.
Because of the PM, the “Kesari” on-screen character had composed the intensity of a vote, is huge and we as a whole need to improve mindfulness on its significance.