Think Army Bollywood star Akshay Kumar today said he is dazed that a few people are debating the prohibition on Pakistani artistes+ when troopers have been killed in a fear assault.Ever since 19 Indian soldiers lost their lives in the dastardly Uri attacks, the nation has remained on a boil.
The 49-year-old “Rustom” star, whose father was an Army officer, posted a video in which he additionally hammered inquiries being raised about Indian Army’s surgical strikes on fear dispatch pads+ in PoK.
“Something which has been at the forefront of my thoughts since the previous few days and I simply needed to say it. Not expecting to irritate anybody… so here goes,” the performer composed on Facebook accounts.
Akshay said, “I am not talking to you as a star or celebrity. I am talking to as an army man’s son. I have been noticing since long that in news and newspapers our own countrymen are arguing with each other. Some are asking for surgical strikes proof. Some are demanding that artists be banned. Some are scared of whether a war will happen or not.
Gentlemen, please argue later. First please think about those who have laid down their lives for you at the border. 19 jawans attained martyrdom in Uri attacks. One 24 -year-old soldier Nitin Kumar sacrificed his life in Baramulla. Are their families and every other army family concerned about whether a film will release or not or will an artist be banned or not? They have just one worry, just one concern- their future. We should be see to it that their present and future should be correct and secured. They are there guarding us and that is why I and you are alive today. If they are not there to guard us, Hindustan will not be left. Jai Hind.”