Akshay Kumar recalls how his time in Thailand taught him humility, opens up about son Aarav's 'simple' upbringing

The actor opened up about his son's interest in fashion instead of films on the talk show Dhawan Karenge
Akshay Kumar recalls how his time in Thailand taught him humility, opens up about son Aarav's 'simple' upbringing

Akshay Kumar recounted his accident story in Thailand, sharing how the incident taught him the significance of humility.

Akshay, who was the first guest on the talk show Dhawan Karenge hosted by cricketer Shikhar Dhawan, reminisced about a memorable incident from his visit to the exotic destination of Bangkok.

He shared,"My father realised my disinterest in studies and helped me move to Bangkok at an early age. I really liked the country. Right from the minute you leave the plane, you find everyone bowing down to you with their hands joined. It feels very nice and beautiful especially when you realise that it's actually taken from our culture and followed so politely there."

"I remember an incident that taught me the significance of humility and bowing down. When you humble yourself, you gain the resilience to navigate through any challenge or obstacle," he shared.

Akshay revealed, "Once, while driving, I accidentally collided with the bike of an RTO officer while making a turn, causing both of us to fall. Scared, I immediately apologised, bowing to him. The officer assisted me in getting my bike and helmet up and calmly advised me to drive slowly and carefully."

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In the same episode, Akshay also opened up about his son Aarav and how he's a humble boy, with no interest in joining the film industry. The Bade Miyan Chote Miyan actor shared, "I am happy the way Twinkle and I have brought up Aarav; he is a very simple boy. My daughter, on the other hand, likes clothes."

"We never forced him to do anything; he is interested in fashion; he doesn’t want to be a part of cinema. He came to me and said that ‘I don’t want to do films. I said this is your life, do what you want to do’," Akshay added.

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