Akshay Kumar Teaches Us the Number One Life Lesson and His Fans Agree Too!
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Akshay Kumar Teaches Us the Number One Life Lesson and His Fans Agree Too!

Akshay Kumar has shared a video which shows him taking a walk with his mother as he pushes her wheelchair. He urged his followers to look after their parents in their old age! It’s a priority!

Looking after our parents in their old age is something that should be a priority, no matter how hectic our routines may get. And we’re not alone in thinking this way! Actor Akshay Kumar – touted as one of the most family-oriented stars in Bollywood – recently shared a post that not only brought tears to our eyes but also served as a major reality check. The Bollywood Khiladi has shared a video from the streets of London, which shows him taking a walk with his mother as he pushes her wheelchair. Akshay posted the clip on Instagram, making sure to pen a heartfelt note for his fans to take inspiration from. Needless to say, we took away a great life lesson from him!

He wrote, “Juggled shoot to spend a few days with mom in London. No matter how busy you are with life and growing up, don’t forget they are also growing old. So spend time with them while you still can.” The short video shows Akshay and his mother engrossed in conversation as they take a trip down an empty street. He is seen clad in a tea pink T-shirt, track pants and baseball cap.

Not just us, but Akshay’s fans lauded him for the post too. Many left heart emojis in the comments section and wrote positive messages. “Love you,” one person wrote. “Proud of you Akki sir,” wrote another. “Great to see there are still good people like you in this world! Always remember your parents first,” penned a fan of the actor. On August 20, Akshay mentioned his mother in another touching post on the photo-sharing site. Sharing a picture from his teenage days, he thanked his mum for who he is today. “Growing up I was always inclined towards sports and my mother would ensure I got nutritious home-cooked meals to fuel my passion. But it’s a privilege that millions of street children do not have access to. 11,72, 604 children in India can’t afford even a single meal a day!” he wrote.

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