New Delhi: Akshay Kumar on Thursday visited Tulail LoC near Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir. He met Border Security Force (BSF) personnel during his visit and spent the entire day with them. Along with this, the actor also donated Rs 1 crore to build a school in Tulail village along the LoC. The school will be named after the actor’s father Hari Om.
On Friday, Akshay Kumar shared pictures from his trip and wrote, “Today was a memorable day with the brave BSF guarding the borders. It is always a pleasant experience to come here…meeting the real heroes. I have nothing but respect for them in my heart.
On the afternoon of 16 June, Akshay reached Neeru village in Tulail by helicopter, where he met the soldiers. He was seen wearing a T-shirt and cargo pants like a soldier. He also paid tribute to the bravehearts who were martyred at the tribute ceremony in the presence of BSF jawans. Akshay had earlier met BSF jawans during the release of his film ‘Kesari’ in 2019.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, Akshay Kumar took to his social media handle to announce the release of his much-awaited spy thriller ‘Bell Bottom’. The film will release in cinemas on July 27.