Actor Akshay Kumar is making headlines in the movie “Samrat Prithviraj”. Some people also raise questions about the story shown in the movie. Akshay Kumar had recently come to Kashi for the promotion of the film, where he too worshiped Kashi Vishwanath bathing in the Ganges. Now an old video of Akshay Kumar has become the subject of discussion.
In the viral video, Akshay Kumar says, “Why do we waste so much milk and oil on God?” Where is it written that God says give me milk and Hanuman says pour oil on me? We should stop all this waste and think experimentally. In another part of the video, Akshay Kumar says that we waste so much on God that we should avoid it.
Akshay Kumar says that ‘if I go to Vaishnodevi every six months, I will have to spend between 2 and 3 lakh rupees. If I gave this money to someone or gave it to a poor person, then my darshan was there. Along with this, there is another video of Akshay Kumar, when Akshay Kumar is seen offering prayers and offering milk to Lord Shiva in Varanasi during the promotion of the film.
By sharing this video of Akshay Kumar on social media, people are now making fun of it. Journalist Ajit Anjum wrote that ‘What was a man and what happened? Millions of those people have been transformed under Modi’s rule. A user named Rekha wrote that ‘Hypocracy also has its limits…!!’ Vikas Verma wrote that “we consider such people as icons, this is our biggest mistake.”
A user named Hamendra Sharma wrote that “people like this don’t have a stable ideology, these people change colors like melons and pretend only for personal interest.” Ashok Shekhawat wrote that ‘Using both God and politics for money, cheating people with movies, is shameful and reprehensible!’
In a recent interview, Akshay Kumar spoke about his statement on the matter. Akshay Kumar said that he had just gone to the Somnath temple, gave the milk that was offered to the trust and asked that it be given to those in need. Whether it’s oil or milk, it’s going to someone’s house. Even if I went to Kashi Vishwanath, I did the same thing there. I’m not saying you should too, but that’s what I do.