Akshay went on to say, "While all these years, I have never needed to prove my love for India to anyone, I find it disappointing that my citizenship issue is constantly dragged into needless controversy, a matter that is personal, legal, non-political, and of no effect to others".
Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar, known for his movies full of nationalist fervour, says it is hurtful to him that he can not prove his nationalist allegiance towards India, given that he holds a Canadian passport.
"2.0" - the sequel to "Robot" - which was Akshay Kumar's entry into the South Indian film industry, kept the cash registers ringing.
In May this year, he even issued a statement that said he has never hidden or denied that he holds a Canadian passport and that he doesn't understand the unwarranted interest and negativity about it. "It hurts me. So I don't want to give anyone an opportunity and so I have applied for it", he said. My wife, my children are Indian. I pay my taxes here.
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Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who became 2019's fourth highest-paid actor in the world according to Forbes, is winning hearts with his performance in "Mission Mangal". The Hindi version of Rajnikanth-starrer "2.0" earned over Rs 185 crore. The movie also made history by being the first Bollywood film to release in Saudi Arabia.
"There was a time when 14 films of mine flopped and I thought that I might have to take up something else to support myself". One of my closest friends who live in Canada asked me to come over and start working with him and that is when I got my passport and everything done. But the miracle happened and my 15th film came out.
"I felt my career was over and I won't get more work here". I have never looked back since then, I moved forward. The Raj Mehta-directed comedy also features Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kiara Advani and Diljit Dosanjh.
The actor will be next seen in Good Newwz.