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Akshay Kumar turned cook for soldiers

30 Oct 2017, 13:59 | updated: 30 Oct 2017, 14:05

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Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who on several occasions has come forward to offer his helping hand to the Indian Army soldiers in whatever way possible, is now back with a advertisement of Fortune oil, with a nationalism touch, reports the Zee News.

The ad shows the versatile Bollywood actor interacting with the military personnel and asking them about the missing aspects of their lives and also cooking food for them.

In the advertisement, the Bollywood’s most bankable star is seen cooking few items of food for the soldiers and giving them a taste of ‘Ghar Ka Khana’ (homemade food).

Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday met the actor and lauded his efforts towards helping the Indian Army.

Launched by Rajnath Singh and Akshay in April, ‘Bharat Ke Veer’ aims to facilitate online donation directly to the families of paramilitary troopers who have sacrificed their lives for the country since 1 January.

Nobody would believe but yes Akshay served as a chef in Bangkok before becoming a superstar in Bollywood. Akki, who is a black belt in Taekwondo got his formal Martial Arts training in Bangkok. He even learned Muay Thai—a combat sport of Thailand. He likes to watch WWE and Kane is his favourite wrestler. While his training there, Akki served as a chef and a waiter, reportedly.

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