Renowned bollywood star who has been revelling in the rave reviews for his excellent performance in the recently released espionage spy thriller Bell Bottom, Akshay’s mother is critical and in ICU, actor is back in Mumbai.
Busy and constantly shooting in the UK for his upcoming film projects he came back to town yesterday in wee hours of the morning since Akshay’s mother is critical and in ICU, actor is back in Mumbai.
All the global fans of the versatile and biggest global bollywood superstar who is also one of the finest actors of our indian cinema, Akshay’s mother is critical and in ICU, actor is back in Mumbai.
Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar’s mother Aruna Bhatia has been unwell since the past few days and yesterday had been admitted in ICU at Mumbai’s Hiranandani hospital. According to recent news report in a leading indian news publication, Akshay came back to Mumbai yesterday in wee hours of Monday morning straight from UK to attend his ailing mother. The actor had been busy filming for his upcoming movie titled Cinderella in UK.
The report also clearly mentioned that whilst Akshay has flown back to India for being with his mother, he has asked the producers to carry on shooting with scenes that do not require his presence.
The leading daily quoted a source who spoke about this latest development saying, “The actor’s mom has been unwell for a few days and is in the ICU at Mumbai’s Hiranandani Hospital. Akshay is extremely attached to his mother and could not stay away from her while she’s not well, so he decided to fly back to India in a sudden decision”.
Furthermore, an insider also added, “Even as he has flown back to be with mom, he has told his producers to carry on shooting with scenes that do not require his presence. All other work commitments of his also continue. He has always believed that work must go on, despite any personal challenges”.
At the airport, the 53-year-old actor was spotted in a black shirt and black track pants. He completed his look with a sleeveless black puffer jacket. Akshay was also masked keeping the COVID-19 precautions in mind.