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Akshay Kumar Accepts Drug Problem In Bollywood And Speaks On Sushant Singh Rajput Death.

Akshay Kumar Accepts Drug Problem In Bollywood And Speaks On Sushant Singh Rajput Death.

The Khiladi Akshay Kumar recently finished his upcoming movie Bell Bottom shooting in Scotland and on Friday came back to Mumbai. On Saturday Akshay breaks his silence on all the claims and allegations on Bollywood. He shared a video on the Instagram handle in which he speaks about the sensitive issues Like post-Sushant Singh Rajput's death, and the drug issue in Bollywood and even some other matters. 

In Video, Interacting with the fans Akshay told, the fans have created Bollywood with their love and support. While Akshay Kumar also said Bollywood made its recognition in the world with its various types of genres movies which denotes the emotions of the audience. He also ready to accept the anger of the audience due to the death of SSR. While talking about the drug issue in Bollywood. He said he can't lie on this issue and accepted drugs in Bollywood, but he also claimed that it's not right to judge everyone through a similar view.

Akshay also requested the media by saying that he believes in the media power even he wants media to raise the voice for the right matters. He requests the media to not give any negative report because it will ruin any person's hard-earned respect through hard work and dedication. At last, he requested all fans to support them to improve their mistakes and even they are ready to work hard to gain their trust and support.

Akshay posted this video on Instagram with a caption " Bahot dino se Mann Mein Kuch baat this lekin samaj nahi aa Raha tha kya kahoon, Kaise kahoon. Aaj Socha aap logon se share kar loon, so here goes... #DirectDilSe".

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