Amid the nationwide lockdown due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, everyone has been advised to stay indoors to curb the spread of the COVID-19 infection. Staying indoors has become like a mandatory protocol to flatten the curve. Many Bollywood celebs have stepped forward to spread awareness about the precautionary measures one should stay safe from the COVID-19 infection.
Among all the Bollywood celebs, Akshay Kumar too is doing his part to help the needy amid the crises. He has provided financial aid and has been donating to help those adversely affected by the pandemic. Meanwhile, the Kesari actor took to his Instagram to share a picture of himself with a piece of advice for his fans and followers.
In the picture, Khiladi Kumar is sitting on a chair and the caption reads, “Sometimes it’s best to sit it out #ThisTooShallPass.” The message is subtle yet impactful as everyone wants the lockdown to get over and the situation to go back to normal.
Akshay Kumar had previously donated Rs. 25 crores to the PM-CARES Fund and Rs. 3 crore to Mumbai’s municipal corporation. He recently even distributed wrist bands to Mumbai Police for detecting the early symptoms of COVID-19. He even donated to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund an urged people to help in any way they can.
On the work front, Akshay Kumar will be seen in Sooryavanshi and Laxmmi Bomb. While Laxmmi Bomb will be releasing directly on an OTT platform, there has been no confirmation about the future release date of Rohit Shetty directed Sooryavanshi.
Sooryavanshi was slated to release on March 24, 2020, but due to the imposition of lockdown the makers had to postpone its release date.