Akshay Kumar donated Rs. 25 crores to the PM CARES Fund during the novel coronavirus pandemic. During the crisis, he is one of the first Bollywood celebrities to step forward to daily wage workers’ rescue and donated a staggering amount.
During the Kerala floods, Akshay Kumar of Assam and Chennai each gave Rs. 1 crore to the Assam Chief Minister’s Relief Fund and the Kaziranga Park rescue mission. Before that, in 2015, he donated one crore to the Chennai Flood Relief Fund.
After releasing Laxmi, he understood the transgender community while playing the role so he donated 1.5 crores to build a transgender home for the first time in India.
He also donated Rs. 5 lakh to Laxmi Agarwal, a victim of an acid attack after the release of Deepika Padukone’s Chapaak, which was based on Laxmi Agarwal’s life.
After the Pulwama assault on 14 February 2019, numerous CPRF jawans were neutralised by terrorists, and we lost our valued army officers. Everyone’s heart is broken by this occurrence.
Akshay contributed Rs. 9 lakhs to each of the 12 families of Chattisgarh Jawans who died in the line of duty. But the most incredible part is that this celebrity also made a separate donation of INR 5 crores to the Bharat Ke Veer app for the Jawans
In 2017, Akshay gave Rs 6.5 crores to the Bharat Ke Veer app to aid Jawans who were targeted by terrorists. With the support of the government, Akshay Kumar built this app to assist the families of troops who died defending our country.
When Maharashtra was devastated by one of the worst droughts in history, culminating in farmer suicides, Akshay Kumar donated Rs. 90 lakh to help 180 farmers’ families. However, the actor refused to discuss or talk about his donation at that time. According to reports, Akshay believes that discussing charity is a waste of time.