Akshay Kumar promotes Gold with his 'golden boys'

Akshay Kumar promotes Gold with his 'golden boys'

Talking about his work front, Akshay is all geared up for the release of Gold and has been leaving no-stone-unturned for the movie's promotions. Gold actor, along with the Union Minister Nitin Gadkari launched a video on road safety awareness on Tuesday. India has the world's deadliest roads, with nearly 150,000 people killed in accidents in 2015, the latest government data shows.

Actor Akshay Kumar has urged people to maintain road safety and follow traffic rules. Talking about acting in the video clip, the actor said he wanted to do something "unusual" to leave a lasting effect on the psyche of road users. He expressed hope that the bill would get Parliament's nod next year.

94-year-old Indian gold medalist, Balbir Singh has stated that winning the gold medal at the 1948 Olympics, feels like an event that took place yesterday. Mr Gadkari said, his Ministry has written to Home Ministry to consider the good Samaritans in road accidents also for getting National Bravery Awards.

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Road Transport and Highways Secretary YS Mallik said the scenario in India is such that apart from driving skills "one needed skills to save oneself from people who don't know driving but are on the roads" as India is one country where driving licences were available easily.

Bollywood star Akshay Kumar is known for lending support to social causes, in both real and reel life.

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