'Every Man Is A Tharki', Akshay Kumar Once Said While Promoting His Film And Gave THIS Explanation

While promoting The Shaukeens, Akshay Kumar had made a statement saying that every man is a tharki (pervert), and gave an explanation too. Read on

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'Every Man Is A Tharki', Akshay Kumar Once Said While Promoting His Film And Gave THIS Explanation
Akshay Kumar has always been his candid best. Everything he says, has his touch of sense of humour, making it more interesting and entertaining for his fans. Well, but do you know, Akshay Kumar once made a statement saying that 'every man is a tharki (pervert)'? Yes, he said that but even provided an explanation for the same while he promoted his film The Shaukeens in 2014.  Akshay Kumar justified saying that it is in the DNA of men to feel a certain way when they see a woman, however, it depends on how they treat a woman.

Telly Chakkar had quoted him saying, "Every man is a tharki. When a male sees a female, different thoughts come into his mind, and that is natural. A male has it in his DNA. What matters is how he behaves with a girl. Every girl likes being appreciated for her looks and likes receiving male attention."

He further went on to say that a woman would appreciate a compliment if given in a nice way and not in a cheap way. He said, "If you tell her in a nice way that she is beautiful, she will like it but if you say it in a way that is cheap, they will certainly find it repulsive. So if you ask a girl out in a nice way, it will certainly be appreciated." Well, okay then!
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Khiladi Kumar is looking forward to the release of his film Laxmmi Bomb. It is soon to hit OTT Platform Disney+ Hotstar. Laxmmi Bomb also stars Kiara Advani. (Also Read: Akshay Kumar’s Fans Gear Up For His 53rd Birthday 2 Months In Advance; Get #50DaysToAKSHAYsBday Trending On Twitter)






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