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Akshay Kumar thanks almighty as he spends quality time in nature

New Delhi: Amid the show business and hours of being within the camera spotlights, superstar Akshay Kumar found peace and happiness in the midst of nature.

The actor shared a video of him feeding grass to a herd of goats on his Instagram handle. The clip seems to be shot in a rural location as flocks of chickens can be seen in the video clip, behind the actor.

“Chhoti chhoti chizo me badi badi khushiya mil rahi hain…what more can we ask from the almighty?! Thanks you God for every single day we are alive in the midst of nature. #AttitudeOfGratitude,” Akshay captioned the post.

The 54-year-old superstar added the ‘Teri Mitti’ song from his much liked and appreciated movie ‘Kesari’ in the background of the video.

Akshay recently announced the release date of his upcoming film ‘Bachchan Pandey’. Other than that, he will soon be seen in movies like ‘Ram Setu’, ‘Raksha Bandhan’ and ‘Prithviraj’.

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