Bathroom: Ek Prem Katha: Akshay Kumar jams with enthusiasts, spreads Bathroom Ka Jugaad message BY SAEED NASIR

Professional Akshay Kumar came up to Hindustan Times Friday Jam in Gurgaon, and obviously, thousands resulted in to see the actor sing, boogie and treat them along with his hallmark witty one-liners.

Just the announcement that Akshay Kumar would maintain Gurgaon over the weekend was enough to drive supporters crazy. And, the frenzy was palpable at Gurgaon’s Cyber Hub on Friday night time when the acting professional, together with his co-star, Bhumi Pednekar, came up to promote his upcoming film Bathroom: Ek Prem Katha at the 4th season finale of Hindustan Times Fri Jam. The film addresses the issue of open up defecation in elements of India, and is based on PM Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan.

It was an instant of joy for a few and a goal become a reality for others who waited all night before the planned time to get a view of Akshay. The masses hooted and cheered for the Khiladi as he found its way to style, waving to the crowd and requesting them not to push as there have been a lot of women in the audience.


The event commenced with Akshay discussing his film and soon he amazed everyone, as he danced to the latest tune from the film – Toilet Ka Jugaad, which also marks his debut as a playback performer and was released on Friday morning. Putting their dancing shoes on, Akshay and Bhumi again arranged the stage burning when they became a member of the dance troupe that performed on the music from their film.

The evening also witnessed the occurrence of some special guests who came all the way to meet Akshay, as they have got made efforts to further the reason the film addresses . On the list of special invitees was 22-year-old Jabna, India’s youngest sarpanch. Her panchayat Tharjoon, in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh, has been announced available defecation free and the cleanest panchayat in the area, credited to her efforts. Two other friends were American couple Dean Spears and Diane Coffey whose e book, Where India Runs: Forgotten Toilets, Stunted Development and the Costs of Casts, is dependant on the problem of open up defecation in India, specially in the high thickness pockets of the united states. The few is working in India as research workers.


Another guest was Priyanka Bharti whose storyline is similar to the storyline of the movie Bathroom: Ek Prem Katha. She left her in-laws home a couple of days after her matrimony because they asked her to defecate in the open. She demanded the building of a bathroom in their home, before returning.

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