Akshay Kumar has been making headlines for all the wrong and right reasons. The actor landed in trouble after he appeared in a pan masala brand commercial. Fans were disappointed and many slammed him for his 'dual standards'. After the trolling, Akshay announced his decision to step down as a brand ambassador. He also apologised to his fans and well-wishers.
Now, Milind Soman has supported Akki's decision. Taking to Twitter, he wrote, "@akshaykumar you made the right choice, whatever the reason!"
@akshaykumar 👍 you made the right choice, whatever the reason !— Milind Usha Soman (@milindrunning) April 21, 2022
Earlier, Ajay Devgn had also reacted to Akshay getting trolled and stepping down as a brand ambassador. He told News18, "I don't discuss that. I would not like to comment on it but all I'd say is that when you are endorsing something it's a personal choice. Everyone is mature to make a decision for themselves."
He added, "There are certain products which are harmful and there are others which aren't. I would say it without naming it because I don't want to promote it, I was doing elaichi. What I feel is more than advertisements, if certain things are so wrong, then they should not be sold."
On Thursday, Akshay issued a statement and announced his decision. The actor shared a statement that read, "I am sorry. I would like to apologise to you, all my fans and well-wishers. Your reaction over the past few days has deeply affected me. While I have not and will not endorse tobacco, I respect the outpouring of your feelings in light of my association with Vimal Elaichi. With all humility, I step back. I have decided to contribute the entire endorsement fee towards a worthy cause."
He added, "The brand might continue airing the ads till the legal duration of the contract that is binding upon me, but I promise to be extremely mindful in making my future choices. In return I shall forever continue to ask for your love and wishes." ALSO READ:Ajay Devgn REACTS To Akshay Kumar Getting Trolled For Endorsing A Tobacco Brand; 'It's A Personal Choice, Everyone Is Mature To Make A Decision'