Akshay Kumar has gained a reputation for expressing his deep affection for India in his films. From “Baby” to “Mission Raniganj: The Great Bharat Rescue,” the patriotic themes in his movies have resonated with the audience throughout the years. He is also acknowledged for bringing to the forefront the real-life tales of India’s unsung heroes.
At present, the actor is relishing the positive reviews for his latest film, “Mission Raniganj: The Great Bharat Rescue.”
During an interview with Times Now, Akshay Kumar discussed the transformation in India’s international image over the years and credited Prime Minister Modi for orchestrating this change.
”I think Bharat ne apna kadam aur badhaya hai. Jab hum passport le ke immigration office mei khade hote hain,” he said and continued,
”I’m talking about when we’re abroad, they see it with a lot of respect. Seedhe unke mooh se nikalta hai ‘Oh, you’ve come from the country of Modi!’ ”
Akshay Kumar stated.
For those who may not be informed, Akshay Kumar faced frequent scrutiny regarding his dual citizenship in both India and Canada. Nevertheless, on this year’s Independence Day, he formally relinquished his Canadian passport. In the meantime, his movie “Mission Raniganj: The Great Bharat Rescue” is said to have grossed more than Rs 20 crore at the box office.