Helping a cause makes me happy, says Akshay Kumar

Bollywood star Akshay Kumar, who is increasingly supporting social causes and cinema with a purpose, says helping a cause and spreading awareness among people makes him happy.

Akshay has come on board as the face of a Happy Heart India campaign by Asian Heart Institute and The Times of India. It aims to promote a healthy lifestyle for a healthy heart and happy life. As part of this, 200 underprivileged children will get free heart surgery, read a statement.

“Seeing a child suffer an ailment and have little or no power to help them makes parents feel hurt. I am glad that this initiative will help 200 children and their families live a happy life. Helping a cause and reaching out to people for the same is what makes me happy,” Akshay said. (Also Check: Akshay Kumar’s ‘Gold’ and John’s ‘Satyamev Jayate’ to lock horns at the box office

The actor has himself been a long-term advocate in spreading a word on the importance of a healthy lifestyle.

“I have always wanted to be a part of something that spreads smiles and joy to people who need it the most. I personally believe that having a healthy heart guarantees a happier and longer life,” said Akshay, urging people to come forward and help in making sure that “a heart reaches to the deprived”.

The campaign allows people to nominate patients from humble backgrounds, less than 12 years of age and in need for heart surgery.

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Helping a cause makes me happy, says Akshay Kumar

Bollywood star Akshay Kumar, who is increasingly supporting social causes and cinema with a purpose, says helping a cause and spreading awareness among people makes him happy.

Akshay has come on board as the face of a Happy Heart India campaign by Asian Heart Institute and The Times of India. It aims to promote a healthy lifestyle for a healthy heart and happy life. As part of this, 200 underprivileged children will get free heart surgery, read a statement.

“Seeing a child suffer an ailment and have little or no power to help them makes parents feel hurt. I am glad that this initiative will help 200 children and their families live a happy life. Helping a cause and reaching out to people for the same is what makes me happy,” Akshay said. (Also Check: Akshay Kumar’s ‘Gold’ and John’s ‘Satyamev Jayate’ to lock horns at the box office

The actor has himself been a long-term advocate in spreading a word on the importance of a healthy lifestyle.

“I have always wanted to be a part of something that spreads smiles and joy to people who need it the most. I personally believe that having a healthy heart guarantees a happier and longer life,” said Akshay, urging people to come forward and help in making sure that “a heart reaches to the deprived”.

The campaign allows people to nominate patients from humble backgrounds, less than 12 years of age and in need for heart surgery.

'Zero': On the occasion of Katrina's birthday, Shah Rukh treats us with her first look

'Zero': On the occasion of Katrina's birthday, Shah Rukh treats us with her first look

The beautiful Katrina Kaif celebrate’s her 35th birthday today and almost the whole of Bollywood came forward to wish her on social media. While everyone else had congratulatory wishes to shower upon her on this special day, her co-star Shah Rukh Khan had some other plans.

The actor made sure to make this day special for her fans as well and thus shared the first look of the actress from their upcominig film ‘Zero’. SRK took to Twitter and shared Katrina’s look from the film, in which she essays the role of a superstar. He also had a special message for the actress which has set our hearts fluttering beyond words. His tweet read, “There are so many lovely pictures of her, but this one speaks to me beyond my friends beauty….hope u all also give it love.”

Check out his tweet below:

Tell us how did you find her look from the film?

The Aanand L Rai directorial will see Shah Rukh play a man of short stature, which also stars Anushka Sharma along with Katrina.

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Jacqueline Fernandez gives her fans a glimpse into her Dabangg Tour

Jacqueline Fernandez gives her fans a glimpse into her Dabangg Tour

‘Race 3’ actress Jacqueline Fernandez has a huge fan following over the social media and the actress always try to keep her fans updated from wherever she is. The Sri Lankan beauty, who was a part of Salman Khan‘s Dabangg Tour Reloaded  has been posting many photos and videos about her stunning performances.

The beauty, who is known to be extremely active on social media, has now shared a new video that gives her fans a roundup of her performances from the entire tour which ended recently.

Check out the video here:

Jacqueline, who faced a huge fan frenzy in Atlanta had kickstarted her performance with the song ‘Yaar Na Miley’ from ‘Kick‘ . She also gave a high-energetic performance on her chartbuster song from ‘Judwaa 2’, ‘Oonchi Hai Building’, followed by ‘Allah Duhai Hai’ along with others.

Later Jacqueline Fernandez and Salman Khan together had created rage by performing on their hit numbers. Their sizzling performance on their chartbuster ‘Jumme Ki Raat’ from ‘Kick’ and Jacqueline’s ‘Ek Do Teen’ left the audience enthralled.

Salman and Jacqueline are known to be power packed performers and make for a complete Entertainment package with the former’s energy and latter’s sensuous moves. Videos of their performance went on to create a stir on social media and everyone was seen going gaga over their performance.

On the work front, Jacqueline will next be seen in ‘Drive’ co-starring Sushant Singh Rajput. The film is a remake of the Hollywood film of the same name and is directed by Tarun Mansukhani.

She might star in Salman Khan’s ‘Kick 2’ and ‘Dancing Dad’. But no official confirmation of the same is out as yet.

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