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Akshay Kumar could not charge his phone because of a frog. The actor revealed the details in a hilarious post he shared on Instagram and Twitter on Saturday. Akshay posted a picture on his social media where a frog is seen occupying the charging socket on the wall. Also Read – Tiger Shroff wants 2021 to heal the planet; posts shirtless pics

“Was just looking to charge my phone but seems like I’ll have to look elsewhere… This one is clearly occupied,” he wrote with the image. Also Read – Katrina Kaif wishes ‘365 days of happiness to everyone’; posts pic with younger sister Isabelle

The actor recently wrapped up the Delhi and Agra outdoor schedules of his upcoming film Atrangi Re. Directed by Aanand L Rai, the film, which narrates a cross-cultural love story, also stars Sara Ali Khan, Dhanush and Nimrat Kaur. Also Read – Sooryavanshi, Brahmastra, ‘83, Laal Singh Chaddha: 9 upcoming Bollywood movies that will feature terrific trios like never before

Akshay has also finished shooting for his upcoming spy thriller Bell Bottom, and is working on the period drama, Prithviraj.

The actor’s next release is Rohit Shetty‘s Sooryavanshi. He plays a police officer battling terrorism in the film co-starring Katrina Kaif.

Akshay was last seen in Laxmmi. He was seen wearing a saree in the film. In an interview with Manish Paul, he said, “In one word, saree is the most graceful outfit in the world. Wearing a saree has been one of a kind experience for me. Frankly speaking, donning a saree is very difficult. During the initial days of the shoot, my saree would often unwrap by itself while shooting. I wasn’t able to move properly while being in a saree, forget about dancing and fighting in it. Thanks to my costume designer who would come to my rescue in every break to rearrange the plaits and balance the pallu.”

The actor spoke about the film and said, “It’s been 30 years of my career, the character of Laxmmi remains the most mentally intensive role. But I managed it somehow. I thank my director Raghava Lawrence – how this character walks, talks, dances – he told he all about it. I have imitated him. If this film performs, it will be because of him.”

(With inputs from IANS)

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