Akshay Kumar, who is shooting in the Wai district of Maharashtra for his upcoming movie Kesari, had to recently face torment as he had no where to go to for answering nature's call. Yes, you read that right. Akki had no toilet to his disposal on the sets of the movie and had to literally hold manage without it for hours. And this is all thanks to the Vanity Van Association Strike. Opposing Maharashtra Government's tax regulation, Bollywood Celebrity Vanity Van Association has been on an indefinite strike since December 10 and, clearly, the cast and crew of films are bearing the brunt. (Also read: Kesari: Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra to shoot for a romantic track in the pink city Jaipur- read deets)
According to Dainik Bhaskar report, Akshay had to go to the nearby studio to use the toilet. The report further states that the association is opposing Maharashtra Government's rule which charges tax for each vanity van at Rs 1.25 lakh per annum. In other states, tax on vanity vans is not more than Rs 12,000 per annum and in some others, a lifetime tax of Rs 1 lakh is charged.
Talking of the movie, Kesari is one of the most anticipated projects of the year 2019. Produced by Karan Johar under his home banner Dharma Productions, the film will see Akshay playing a military commander of 21 Sikh soldiers named Havaldar Ishar Singh who fought against thousands of Afghani invaders.
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