Akshay Kumar

On Thursday, Akshay Kumar paid a visit to the ITBP (Indo-Tibetan Border Police) Camp in Dehradun. During his visit, Akshay played volleyball with ITBP jawans in Seemadwar, Dehradun, and also interacted with their families and Kendriya Vidyalaya students. Sh Sanjay Arora, Director General of the ITBP, congratulated the actor. Sh Nilabh Kishore, IG N Frontier ITBP, and others were also present. Akshay also expressed gratitude to the ITBP personnel for their dedication to duty and protection of the motherland. HC Arjun Kheriyal of ITBP sang ‘Teri Mitti’ from Akshay Kumar’s film ‘Kesari,’ to which Kendriya Vidyalaya students performed a special dance performance. On the micro-blogging site, the ITBP’s official Twitter account also shared glimpses of the event.

Akshay Kumar's video of playing volleyball with 'Himveers' of ITBP goes  viral on social media, netizens react | Hindi Movie News - Bollywood -  Times of India

Meanwhile, on Instagram, the actor shared a character look poster of Kriti Sanon from their upcoming film ‘Bachchhan Pandey.’ He penned, “@kritisanon / #BachchhanPaandey Buckle your seatbelts… This baar’s kuchh alag hi maza aane wala hai. The trailer will be available tomorrow!”

Akshay Kumar plays volleyball match with ITBP jawans – ThePrint

Farhad Samji directs and Sajid Nadiadwala produces ‘Bachchhan Paandey.’ Pankaj Tripathi and Arshad Warsi also star in the film, which will be released in theatres on March 18.

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