The Bollywood Actor Akshay Kumar had started the shoot of upcoming film Cindrella in London. But later on as he got to know about her mother’s health he left everything and came back to Mumbai to meet his mother. His mother, Aruna Bhatia was admitted into the Intensive Care Unit of Mumbai’s Hiranandani Hospital.
Although She was in the ICU she took her last breath on September 8, The actor took to Twitter to share the news,”She was my core. And today I feel an unbearable pain at the very core of my existence. My maa Smt Aruna Bhatia peacefully left this world today morning and got reunited with my dad in the other world. I respect your prayers as I and my family go through this period. Om Shanti.”
Some of the pictures depicts that the Actor is seen leaving for UK, two days after Mom’s demise. Akshay Kumar was spotted at Kalina airport, with his family. However the netizens response was not that well to the actors departure so soon. They started trolling him Badly on Social Media Platforms.
“Ye kya bawaal h bhai maa ko gye huye 1 week bhi nhi hua,” wrote one user, while another commented, “Bhai ye log barwah ya teravi nahi karte.. yahan toh hum 40 din tak kahin nahi jate.”
“Inn celeb mein kuch emotions nhi hote kya??? Do din pehle iski maa margyi aur ab ghumne chale,” shared a third user, while the fourth one wrote, “ma ko gye 2 din nhi hue or everthing is normal for them …”
The reactions and trollings were done on the judgement, that why he started the shooting so soon again can’t he wait a bit more. His mother passed away can’t he focus there rather continuing the shoot. His emotions and rituals was questioned by the trollers.
However Akshay Kumar is a proficient actor and the acting skills are never questioned because he has proved it consistently. The Actor has decided to not let his private life affect his professional life. So he is Back in the UK to complete his shoot for the upcoming film Cindrella. If it is not completed now it will hamper the views and the expenditure would too get affected. which in turn will affect the film industry, producers and directors.