Khiladi of Bollywood Akshay Kumar is a strong supporter of the Indian Army and he even takes care of families of Army men who were martyred fighting for the motherland. Akshay Kumar visits the military camp often and spends time with the armed forces.
When he saw an actress take an indirect dig at the Indian military he was not happy and said he did not expect it from her. Reacting to Richa Chadda’s “Galwan says hi” tweet on Northern Army Commander Lt General Upendra Dwivedi’s statement that India has the capability of taking POK, Akshay Kumar said we are living due to the forces.
Hurts to see this. Nothing ever should make us ungrateful towards our armed forces. Woh hain toh aaj hum hain,” Akshay Kumar said replying to Richa Chadda’s tweet
A few Bollywood personalities also slammed Richa Chadda for her objectionable tweet. But she saw support in Prakash Raj. Standing in solidarity with the actress Prakash Raj said she is more relevant than him in this country. “Didn’t expect this from you @akshaykumar ..having said that @RichaChadha is more relevant to our country than you sir. #justasking,” he said.
After Akshay Kumar schooled Richa Chadha, the left-wing supporters started targeting him over his Canadian citizenship. Prakash Raj is the latest edition on the list. Indirectly he touched on this and said Richa is more relevant to India than him.
But the twist is that the same left supporters widely shared the tweets made by celebrities from other nations when they stood in solidarity with the farmers who were protesting against the Agriculture bills introduced by the Indian Government.
Though the Indian government called back the three farm bills the protests the nation saw made it to the headlines in many nations. Nations like Canada which sees the Indian population in big numbers also urged the government here to consider the opinion of farmers.
The same left supporters are now opposing the tweet made by Akshay Kumar. The Action hero has been a strong supporter of the Indian Army. They forget the support Akshay Kumar extended to the families of the military men.