Is This Why Akshay Kumar Does Not Attend Bollywood Parties?

An old video of Akshay Kumar revealing why he does not attend any big Bollywood party has resurfaced. The reason will leave you in splits

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Is This Why Akshay Kumar Does Not Attend Bollywood Parties?
Work hard, party harder is the mantra followed by the majority of Bollywood stars. We are all aware of the crazy Bollywood bashes that take place on birthdays, festivals and more. Sometimes even randomly! Celebs love to let their hair down and enjoy themselves at a bash. But one person who is rarely, or probably never seen at big Bollywood parties is Akshay Kumar. Yes, he is one of the busiest actors in the industry and yes, he follows a very strict regime, but the reason to not attend Bollywood parties is something that will leave you rolling on the floor laughing.

On one of the comedy shows, Akshay Kumar revealed that he does not attend Bollywood parties as if he does, he will have to host one too and spend money. When the host jokingly asked if this was a rumour or truth, Akshay Kumar said, 'yeh sach hai' leaving audiences laughing hard. This revelation he made while promoting his film Mission Mangal along with Sonakshi Sinha, Taapsee Pannu and others.

LOL! Akki and his sense of humour is simply perfection. There is never a dull moment around Akshay Kumar. 

On the work front, Akshay Kumar has too many films in his kitty. While his Sooryavanshi with Katrina Kaif is all ready to release, he recently announced a new film on the occasion of Diwali titled Ram Setu. His film Bell Bottom is in the making while he also has a movie called Raksha Bandhan on cards. Another movie that he announced long ago is Atrangi Re with Sara Ali Khan and Dhanush.  (Also Read: Akshay Kumar's Ram Setu Is Based On The Theory Of Unity And Brotherhood-EXCLUSIVE)



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