Starting with ‘A-Political’ interview with India Prime Minister Narendra Modi, discussing quality and eating patterns for Mangoes amidst of Lok Sabha Elections, Actor Akshay Kumar tried a good publicity stunt but alas now the actor is being trolled for his citizenship and patriotic gimmicks.
Let’s get this clear, Akshay Kumar is a Canadian Citizen, who pays taxes in India, but cannot vote, yet he has a National Award, now does this equation make sense?
If you’re a Canadian citizen, why pay taxes in India? And if you’re so hell bound on paying taxes in India, why continue being Canadian citizen? And Canada is not asking you for taxes, despite you being the highest tax payer in India?
World is Global village and people can be from anywhere, earn anywhere and be who they want to be, Indian or Canadian or even for that matter Pakistani’s, that is not the case, but why hide it?
I didn’t see you name as frontrunner when Indian Cine Artist banned people from other countries from working in Bollywood.
You didn’t announce on your Twitter, Instagram or Facebook or via PR press release, that indeed you have been honored by a different country with a citizenship and you’re so remarkably star-spangled Indian that in last seven years, you haven’t even put your foot in the country.
A case can be made that you’re not the only one who holds different nationality passport, there are many within film fraternity, who are from different countries and are making a decent living. Starting with Katrina Kaif, Jacqueline Fernandez, Alia Bhatt, Sunny Leone and a lot more, who are enjoying the love of audience, money as well, but hails from different countries.
But none of them preach about voting, patriotism and have an opinion about everything under the sun.
Meanwhile on the work front, Akshay Kumar is busy with Mission Mangal, Housefull 4, Good News, Sooryavanshi and Laaxmi Bomb.
In Mission Mangal, Canadian Akshay Kumar will be seen telling the story of scientists at Indian Space Research Organisation who contributed to the Mars Orbiter Mission, which marked India's first interplanetary expedition.
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