Why Did Akshay Kumar’s Father Take A Loan Of 18 Thousand Rupees For Akshay?

Bollywood veteran Akshay Kumar is known for his different acting. He has always won the hearts of the audience with his stellar performances in many films. Akshay Kumar was born on 9 September 1967 in Amritsar, Punjab. His real name is Rajiv Hari Om Bhatia. Akshay Kumar is one of those Bollywood stars who have had to struggle a lot in his career. Akshay Kumar did not have any interest in studies since childhood and his father did not put much pressure on him for this. Akshay Kumar himself has said this in veteran actor Anupam Kher’s chat show ‘The Anupam Kher Show’. He told about his studies that he was not interested in it from the beginning. This was the reason that when he sat down to read with the same book, he used to fall asleep.

In this show, Akshay Kumar also said that his father never forced him to study. According to Akshay Kumar, his father used to be happy in whatever the actor wanted to do. In such a situation, Akshay Kumar told in the show that he could study only till 12th. After this, he went to Bangkok for the purpose of learning Marshal Art. During this, Akshay Kumar worked as a waiter to meet his expenses.

The actor further said, “I still remember that out of that 22 thousand rupees, my father had taken a loan of 18 thousand rupees from someone. After which I was sent to Bangkok.” Let us tell you that Akshay Kumar started his career in Bollywood as a lead actor in the year 1991 with the film Saugandh. After this, he made a lot of headlines on the big screen from the film Khiladi. Akshay Kumar’s Khiladi film was so much liked by the audience that after that different producers and directors made films with Akshay Kumar in the name of Khiladi.

Akshay Kumar got his real identity in Bollywood from the movie Mohra. This film came in 1993. After this he appeared in many hit films including Main Khiladi Tu Anari, Suhaag, Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi, Mr. and Mrs. Khiladi, Ajnabee, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, Garam Masala, Bhagam Bhag, Singh is King, Khiladi 786, Special 26, Gold and Good News.

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