Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar is one of the actors in India who talks about values, cleanliness, voting rights, education, so on and so forth, but recently he was seen using his co-star Nupur Sanon’s dupatta as a seat to prevent his clothes from getting dirty.

Akshay recently shot his first Punjabi music video ever for his Kesari singer B Praak, with Ammy Virk and Nupur Sanon (Kriti’s younger sister) at the St Xavier’s College where he posed for the shutterbugs. 

The pictures later surfaced on the Internet, and many pointed out that Akshay was using Nupur Sanon’s dupatta for sitting on the floor. 

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Actor Akshay Kumar, who tries to be politically correct always, recently got trolled for using co-star Nupur Sanon’s dupatta as a seat to prevent his trousers from getting dirty.

One user wrote, “Akshay Kumar considers himself so important that he is sitting on the dupatta of a girl. This is the way to respect a girl? He should be ashamed." Rest started taking a dig at his Canadian origin. Few users stood up for the actor and wrote, “Why did the girl not object? Perhaps she wanted importance... Akshay sitting on her dupatta.”

Last week, Akshay surprised his fans by travelling in the Mumbai Metro during peak hours. In the video, Akshay Kumar tells his fans that he is shooting for his film near Ghatkopar, Mumbai, and had to travel to Versova. Due to a surge in the traffic, his car would take him more than 2 hours to reach in the peak hour. Director Raj Mehta, who is helming his next film Good Newz suggested the actor to take the metro and save time.

Akshay even shared a glimpse of people in the crowded metro. “My ride for today, the @MumMetro ...travelled #LikeABoss from Ghatkopar to Versova beating the peak hours traffic (sic),” he wrote alongside the video.

Akshay Kumar movies:
2019 has been a good year for Akshay Kumar. After his film Kesari did well at the box office, his latest movie Mission Mangal crossed Rs 170 crore and emerged as one of the biggest hits of his career. The actor has several interesting films lined up, including Prithviraj, Laxmmi Bomb, Good News and Sooryavanshi.