Rustom star, Akshay Kumar who has been cheering the women’s cricket team on Twitter had to apologize for violating the code of conduct at the Lord’s stadium. Currently, Akshay Kumar was busy shooting for his movie Gold in England where he decided to visit Lord’s international stadium to cheer the women’s cricket team.
However, the actor landed in trouble and attracted controversy after he posted an image of himself holding tricolor in his hand and cheering the women’s cricket team. The pictures show Akshay Kumar holding the flag upside down due to which Indian’s lost their calm. People start slamming the actor for disrespecting the national flag.
This is how twitterati bashed Akshay Kumar for holding the national flag upside down.
Finally, Akshay Kumar deleted the picture and also apologized for the same. Apologizing he took to Facebook saying,
“Extending my sincerest apology for violating the code of conduct for the tricolor. Didn’t mean to offend anyone, the picture has been removed?”
Akshay Kumar was extremely excited for yesterday’s match when he took on social media and wrote,
“This is how excited I am, never in my life have I run for a train barefoot to make it in time for a match!!” He had also shared a picture on social media sharing a laugh with the girls after India lost the World Cup. He took to social media saying, “Even Broken Hearts Can Laugh!! These Women have started a revolution & I couldn’t be more proud.”
On the work front, Akshay Kumar is currently shooting for his movie Gold and Padman and also promoting his movie, Toilet: Ek Prem Katha.