Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar is currently engaged in the promotion of his upcoming film 'Mission Mangal' and is constantly in the spotlight. Akshay's film is set to take on John Abraham's Batla House at the box office, but both are promoting their own films. Akshay Kumar and his entire team are in the film's promotion these days and everyone is seen somewhere or the other. Akshay recently gave an interview to a website and talked about a number of issues during the period.
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In the interview, Akshay revealed that "when he came to Mumbai, he didn't have even Rs 200 in his pocket, but today he has a lot to do," Akshay Kumar's acting career has been full of ups and downs, and in the interview, the actor said, "Even in my struggling time, I never gave up hope," Akshay said,
"I've seen ups and downs three or four times in my career, which is too much for an actor. I've seen the worst times too. Whenever I went through a bad career, I went downstairs in my house building and saw how many cars I have. Then I saw my house and sometimes I went to my office and saw everything and wondered why Am I crying? What is the advantage? God has always had mercy on me so I have no right to feel low because there are many people who have nothing. If I start thinking like this, I will be the meanest person," he said.
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To tell everyone that Akshay Kumar was on Forbes' list of the top 100 highest-grossing celebrity in 2019, Akshay finished 33rd in the list with an earning of Rs 444 crore. "Money matters to me because I've earned it very hard," Akshay said in an interview after being named on the list. "I've worked hard for it. Money doesn't get you easily so it matters to me," he said.
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