Published: Wed, August 15, 2018
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Akshay Kumar Tells Erring Driver ‘Ye Sadak Kisi Ke Baap Ki Nahi’

Akshay Kumar Tells Erring Driver ‘Ye Sadak Kisi Ke Baap Ki Nahi’

He launched the videos in the presence of Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari and other officials. India has the world's deadliest roads, with nearly 150,000 people killed in accidents in 2015, the latest government data shows.

Kumar, Bollywood's highest-paid star, has stated the Das is one of most interesting characters he's played. Though, statistically, it is likely that you've never lived through a time even close to those 12 years of the Indian Independence Struggle, Kumar's glimpses into the making of the movie will take you back through the ages.

The actor posted a video, where he plays the role of a traffic policeman.


Brand ambassador of road safety campaign actor Akshay Kumar was also present on the occasion. Instead of being monotonous and boring the video is very light-hearted and has a hilarious twist to it. Before handing out the challan, Akshay asks the driver if Bal Gangadhar Tilak is his father as the lane is named: "Lokmanya Tilak Road". He has urged people to maintain road safety and follow traffic rules. The dialogue between Akshay and the driver ends with "Ye Sadak Kisi Ke Baap Ki Nahi". In a function attended by MoS Mansukh L Mandavia in New Delhi, Gadkari announced the appointment of Akshay Kumar as Road Safety Brand Ambassador.

The "Padman" star said he immediately joined the road safety campaign when he got to know the "shocking facts and figures related to road accidents which can be prevented".

Akshay Kumar shared his experiences of producing the short films.

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