Akshay Kumar Saves a Little Friend while Swimming in the pool

On Instagram, actor Akshay Kumar posted a new video in which he attempts to preserve a dragonfly and dry its wings.

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On Instagram, Akshay Kumar posted a video of himself attempting to preserve a dragonfly. Akshay took the dragonfly that had dropped into the pool and started blowing on its wings to dry them.  When it happened, Akshay was swimming in the pool.

“This li’l friend slipped in the swimming pool this morning and needed aid,” Akshay captioned the video. A little patience, a little encouragement… He took off like a bird. Isn’t that what we all need in life – a heart full of hope, a strong desire to live, and the ability to fly?” The footage does not indicate whether Akshay was successful in saving the dragonfly.

Twinkle Khanna got romantic in Akshay’s comment section. “You do something enough for me as well,” she wrote. Her nice reply to Akshay’s Instagram picture was praised by fans.

“Mam Akshay Kumar, sir, everything is done for you simply because your heartbeat is their heartbeat,” an admirer observed. “You and your partner are always the same. “You both look lovely when you’re together.” You’ve come to the right place. Another supporter said, “Stay blessed, gentlemen.”

Akshay Kumar Praised by Wife Twinkle Khanna and Fans

Hindustan Times

Twinkle Khanna and Akshay Kumar worked together on films like Zulmi and International Khiladi before marrying in 2001. Aarav, a son, and Nitara, a daughter, are their two children.

Bachchhan Pandey was Akshay’s most recent film, and he has Ram Setu and Prithviraj on the horizon. Twinkle used to be a performer, but now she is a New York Times bestselling book.

Twinkle has been blasted on social media for making a sarcastically snarky remark in her Sunday Times of India column about the film The Kashmir Files.

‘ on the shocking turn of events at the 2022 Oscars ceremony, Twinkle also wrote about how she was making plans to register Nail Files, a title inspired by Vivek Agnihotri’s recently released film based on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the valley in the 1990s. Ashoke Pandit, a Kashmiri Pandit filmmaker, urged the journalist not to be insensitive to the community’s plight.

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