Akshay Kumar: We Owe Our Existence To The Army

Airlift actor finally speaks on the issue of banning Pakistan artistes and surgical strike. Asserts that the families of the martyred soldiers do not care about a film’s release or whether an artiste is banned; they are worried about their future and so should we

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Akshay Kumar: We Owe Our Existence To The Army

Akshay Kumar who is currently shooting for Jolly LLB 2 in Manali took to Twitter to raise his opinion about Surgical strike, banning Pakistan artistes.

He says, "Today, I am not speaking in the capacity of a celebrity, but as an army man’s son. For a few days now, I have been witnessing Indians fighting amongst each other. Someone is asking for the proof of the surgical strike, some demand artistes (read: Pakistani artistes) to be banned, some fear war. Guys, have some shame! Argue later and first think about the martyred soldiers and their families. Do they care about a film releasing or not?  Or if an artiste is banned or not? No! They are concerned about their future and we should also be worried about their present and future. We owe our existence to them. Jai Hind! "

Makes a lot of sense.


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