Bollywood’s most famous actor, Akshay Kumar, has said that he is “very pleased” working in the film industry and has no interest in entering politics. Akshay Kumar delivered a speech on Sunday evening at the book launch for Hindujas and Bollywood, which was held at the Institute of Directors on Pall Mall in the centre of London. The actor said, in response to a question about entering politics, that he already contributes through his work in movies. His most recent movie, “Raksha Bandhan,” was directed by Aanand L. Rai and examined the practise of dowry.
“I really enjoy making movies. I try my hardest as an actor to draw attention to significant societal issues. 150 films have been produced by me, but “Raksha Bandhan” is the one I’m most proud of “Akshay Kumar, who was attending the occasion as the main guest, spoke.
“Some of the movies I produce for commercial release touch on societal issues. I produce three to four pictures annually “He went on.
Hinduja Brothers, a group of Indian businessmen, released 1,200 movies worldwide and had a significant impact on the development of Hindi cinema. They released movies including Mother India, Sangam, and Guide to Sholay, among others. We have never lost money on any of the movies we have sponsored and distributed, according to G P Hinduja, co-chairman of the Hinduja Group of Industries.
Lord Tariq Ahmad, the Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, claimed that the Hinduja family had a hand in uniting people.
Ahmad, who served as the event’s guest of honour, remarked, “As we commemorate 75 years of India’s independence today, we also appreciate the contributions made by the Indian diaspora. We also acknowledge the Indian diaspora’s contributions.
Lord Raj Loomba, the creator of the non-governmental organisation Loomba Foundation, Baroness Sandip Verma, the well-known film producer Vashu Bhagnani, the chairman of the Indo-European Business Forum, Vijay Goel, the music director Anu Malik, and others were present at the book launch.