Akshay Kumar one of the Highest Taxpayers, Being Trolled for that, Know why?

Akshay Kumar has been listed in highest taxpayers in the country yet again.

Akshay Kumar

Akshay Kumar is the most popular male actor in the Bollywood industry today, a megastar, who has featured in over 140 films and still counting.

Khiladi Kumar made his debut in 1991 with Saugandh and today he delivers 4-5 films every year, now Akshay also is one of the highest-paid actors in the Bollywood industry for many years, he charges 100-110 crore for each film and with so much income, it’s obvious that he must be paying a lot of taxes which by the way we all should do.

Now, recently it was announced by the Indian government that Akshay Kumar has been listed among the top highest taxpayers in India and he also received Samman Patra for the feat, we would also like to mention that it’s not the first time when the star has received the recognition, he passed he has been named among highest tax payers for several consecutive years.

Currently, Akshay Kumar is busy promoting his upcoming film Raksha Bandhan

Akshay is one of the most followed celebrities on social media and has over 48 million followers on Facebook and over 62 million on Instagram, he has one of the most loyal fanbases, but like every coin with two sides, the same way every celebrity has fans and haters too and Akshay is no exception, after the news of the Samman Patra went viral, Akshay got trolled heavily on social media for his Canadian citizenship.

A verbal war took place on Twitter better the trollers and Akkians, tweets went viral with hashtags of ‘Canada Kumar’ while his fans came in his support with some facts and data and shared that Akky has been the highest taxpayer in the country for the last 5 years, the online spat went on for a whole day on Twitter and there was no final winner.

On the work front, Akshay was last seen in Samrat Prithviraj and will next be seen in Raksha Bandhan which will be released on August 11.

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