The @MumbaiPolice now has self balancing vehicles of Freego to patrol our promenade at Worli like earlier launched at Marine drive.— Aaditya Thackeray (@AUThackeray) January 2, 2021
HM @AnilDeshmukhNCP ji, MP @AGSawant ji @akshaykumar ji, @WorlikarHemangi ji @AhirsachinAhir ji & @misunilshinde ji were present in Worli pic.twitter.com/pmNVL6a72p
Akshay Kumar, who runs on a busy schedule to shoot for his films, was spotted in Worli today as he attended an event dedicated to Mumbai Police. The Government took the step to provide Mumbai Police with self-balancing vehicles to patrol the promenade in Worli and at the launch event, Akshay Kumar was also present. The Khiladi Kumar is always on up to support Mumbai Police in every given way and once again, he was at the event to cheer for the police force.
President of Yuva Sena, Aaditya Thackeray shared some pictures from the event on Twitter and wrote, "The @MumbaiPolice now has self balancing vehicles of Freego to patrol our promenade at Worli like earlier launched at Marine drive. HM @AnilDeshmukhNCP ji, MP @AGSawant ji @akshaykumar ji, @WorlikarHemangi ji @AhirsachinAhir ji & @misunilshinde ji were present in Worli."
We also got our hands on a video of Akshay Kumar from the event where he is seen conversing with some of the policemen present at the event. As usual, Akshay Kumar was dressed in his comfort wear. He was seen in a black hoodie and track pants. As a safety measure, he had his mask on and made sure to follow the guidelines amidst pandemic. Take a look at pictures and video below:
On the work front, Akshay Kumar has loads of films in his kitty. He has Bell Bottom, Ram Setu, Raksha Bandhan, and Atrangi Re in the pipeline. He is among the busiest actors in the industry working back to back on different projects. (Also Read: Akshay Kumar Finds An Unexpected Guest In His Phone Charging Socket; His Latest Post Will Leave You In Splits)
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