Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar hits the headlines for all the right reasons. He has quite often been praised for his immense contributions to the society because he wants to be a ‘real hero’ and not a ‘reel hero’.
Akshay Kumar is one of the most reputed and skilled actors in the motion picture industry. He gives absolutely everything to entertain the audience at the best scene and that’s his speciality. Be it a comical character or an army man, he performs well with relative ease.
Akshay is a man of his words. He doesn’t believe in announcements but believes in practical approach and his numerous social works are a testament to the fact.
Akshay has not only extended his services to the film industry but has also won people’s hearts by giving back to society. Akshay is quite often praised for his immense contributions to social causes.
As per a report published in Hindustan Times, Akshay Kumar donated Rs 1 crore to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund to help the victims of the deadly Cyclone Fani revive their lives.
“This is not new. Akshay has always been contributing for causes, be it his Bharat ke Veer initiative for the armed forces, or his contribution to the Kerala Floods or Chennai floods earlier,” a source told the publication.
We are proud of you, Akshay sir. We need more people like u for our nation. Thank you very much for work. You are an inspiration for all Indians. We salute you from the bottom of our hearts. You are a great human and real hero!
Cyclone Fani hit Odisha on Friday (May 3), leading to massive damage in the coastal state and power cuts. At least 34 people were killed, 21 of them were from Puri district.
As per the MeT department, the wind hit the coast at a speed of 150 to 175 km per hour and in fact, it was even higher in some places. The massive impact of Cyclone Fani was witnessed when thousands of trees and electric poles have been uprooted by force in the coastal districts. It was in Puri where the cyclone made landfall and parts of Khurdha are affected by the cyclonic storm.
Roughly around 1.08 crore people in 14,835 villages spread across 11 districts have been affected by the cyclone. Over 13.41 lakh people had been evacuated ahead of the severe cyclonic storm on May 3.