Shikhar Dhawan wishes Akshay Kumar as the actor turns 50

Shikhar Dhawan wishes Akshay Kumar as the actor turns 50

Akshay Kumar has featured in 111 Bollywood films to date with a success rate over 50%.

Shikhar Dhawan of India
Shikhar Dhawan of India. (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)

Bollywood legend Akshay Kumar celebrates his 50th birthday today on 9th September. The massively popular actor has been in the industry for more than 25 years and has a staggering fan base. The actor is an inspiration as far as fitness is concerned and is also a black belt holder. While the while paid tribute to the iconic superstar for his illustrious career, one of them was Indian opener, Shikhar Dhawan.

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Dhawan who just completed a glorious tour of Sri Lanka, took to his official Twitter account to send across a message for Akshay. Dhawan in his tweet referred to the actor as ‘Khiladi’, a tag Akshay is popularly known by and wished him a very happy birthday. Dhawan also mentioned that the September-born actor is not only a ‘player’ in acting but he nails every aspect of life with perfection.

Dhawan’s tweet read “Happy birthday Mr. Khilaadi. You’re a khilaadi in every aspect of life.”

Akshay Kumar has featured in 111 Bollywood films to date with a success rate over 50%. His remarkable career consists of 9 blockbuster movies and over 20 hits. The daredevil actor is considered as one of the most versatile actors in the industry with a grip over all genres and all types of roles. The humble personality of the celebrity makes him one of the most loved and respected in the country.

Akshay Kumar also holds an honorary doctorate degree and was also rewarded with the Padma Shri in his career. He won the prestigious Filmfare Award twice and the National Film Award.

Shikhar Dhawan, on the other hand, is in the form of his life. The batsman conquered the island nation of Sri Lanka with ease and was declared the Man of the Series in the Test format. He also slammed a brilliant century in the first one Day International against Sri Lanka.