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AKSHAY KUMAR CAME FORWARD FOR ANOTHER NOBLE CAUSE

By Admin Gabruu . 4th June 2018 01:30pm
AKSHAY KUMAR CAME FORWARD FOR ANOTHER NOBLE CAUSE

Our international Khiladi and actor Akshay Kumar have amazed everyone with his extraordinary work in films Toilet: Ek Prem Katha and Padman. With these two film, Akshay Kumar has successfully awared people about the importance of toilet and menstrual hygiene.

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Akshay Kumar who is also known for his social work has once again joined hands for another noble cause. But, this time not for one but for two noble causes. The first one is that Akshay Kumar recently launched an anti-cancer product 'Svarn Sathi', a nutraceutical, under the Centre's "Swasth Bharat. During this launch, Akshay even pointed out celebrities who endorse harmful products like alcohol and tobacco that are injuries to health. He also said that people should understand whom to follow. "I think audience also must understand whom to follow and whom not to follow. I feel endorsing harmful product or service is incorrect. I would urge them not to endorse such things because people look up to them and imitate them so, I hope people get this message clear and straight and they will stay away from these products" Another cause that the actor supported is awaring people about road safety with the traffic police of Mumbai. Dressed in the uniform of the traffic police the actor immediately shared a post on Instagram where he said: "Honored to associate with the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, and take forward the 'Road Safety' movement. I sincerely hope the campaign will bring about a behavioral change towards traffic & road safety and in turn help save precious lives.‬" AKSHAY KUMAR Well, we hope Akshay Kumar's this intitative will spread awareness among the people about road safety and how much important their life is. On the work front Akshay will be next seen in the war film based on Battle of Saragarhi and in film Gold that is a real life based story on India's first gold medal after independence at the Olympics.  

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