Torranto is my home-says Akshay Kumar and, got trolled for this on Twitter

Akshay Kumar has by and by turned into a casualty of online networking trolling after a video of him saying "Toronto is my home" circulated around the web. Yesterday was just that Akshay elucidated he may hold a Canadian international ID however he never expected to demonstrate his adoration for India.

Not long after his tweet, an old clasp of the on-screen character rose on the web. In the video, Akshay can be heard tending to a group, evidently in Toronto, "I should disclose to you a certain something, 'This is my home.' After I resign from this industry, I'm going to return here and remain here."

The video in a split second collected negative responses from netizens, with many naming the entertainer as "liar" and "phony patriot".

On Friday, Akshay said that he never endeavored to shroud that he holds a Canadian international ID and was frustrated that his citizenship was "always hauled into unnecessary contention".

"While every one of these years, I have never expected to demonstrate my affection for India to anybody, I think that its baffling that my citizenship issue is continually hauled into unnecessary discussion, an issue that is close to home, legitimate, non-political, and of no outcome to other people," he said in an announcement on Twitter.

Prior this week, amid a media connection on the sidelines of Blank motion picture's unique screening in Mumbai, when Akshay was gotten some information about how he would respond to the analysis over his nonattendance from the surveying corner, the entertainer basically grinned and told correspondent, "Chaliye Beta," before strolling off.

by Lokendra Sharma | Sat, May 04 - 01:25 PM

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