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Akshay Kumar receives Indian citizenship and declares, ‘dil aur citizenship dono Hindustani’

Akshay Kumar gets Indian passport.

On Independence Day, Akshay Kumar relinquished his Canadian passport and earned Indian citizenship, demonstrating his love for the country. The actor has already spoken out about his decision, revealing that he sought for a Canadian passport during a difficult period in his career.

Akshay Kumar receives Indian citizenship and declares, ‘dil aur citizenship dono Hindustani’
On Independence Day, Akshay Kumar relinquished his Canadian passport and earned Indian citizenship, demonstrating his love for the country. The actor has already spoken out about his decision, revealing that he sought for a Canadian passport during a difficult period in his career.

AKSHAY KUMAR IS NOW AN INDIAN CITIZEN.
Akshay Kumar’s Independence Day wish for his fans was a little different. He posted a snapshot of his Indian citizenship documents on Twitter. He had previously stated that he would shortly abandon his Canadian passport, and he did so.

Akshay posted on Twitter, “Dil aur citizenship, dono Hindustani.” Happy Fourth of July! “Happy New Year!”

AKSHAY KUMAR CELEBRATES HIS CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP
Akshay Kumar made surprising admissions about his Canadian citizenship in the first episode of the new season of ‘Seedhi Baat’ on Aaj Tak. The actor, who is sometimes chastised for holding a Canadian passport, has stated that he applied for it and will surrender it in order to demonstrate his love for his nation, India.

“To me, India is everything. Everything I’ve earned and gained has come from here. And I’m grateful for the opportunity to give back. In the first episode, the actor commented, “You feel bad when people say things without knowing anything.”

Akshay Kumar, best known for films like ‘OMG 2’ and ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha,’ among others, remarked about a time in his career when he had more than 15 flops. This happened in the 1990s. According to the actor, the poor box office success of his films prompted him to ask for Canadian citizenship.

“I thought to myself, ‘Bhai, my films aren’t working, and one has to work.'” I went there for business. ‘Come here,’ suggested my friend who was in Canada. “I applied and was accepted.”I only had two films left to release, and it was pure serendipity that they both were box office smashes. ‘Go back and start working again,’ my pal said. I got some more films and continued to obtain work. I had forgotten I had a passport. I never thought I’d need to replace my passport, but I did, and I’ve applied for a new one.”

In terms of work, the actor’s film ‘OMG 2’ is currently in theatres.

 

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