Akshay Kumar on Saturday shared on social media that he is not going to be attending Cannes Film Festival 2022 as he has examined optimistic for Covid-19. A upset Akshay tweeted, “Was really looking forward to rooting for our cinema at the India Pavilion at #Cannes2022, but have sadly tested positive for Covid. Will rest it out. Loads of best wishes to you and your entire team, @ianuragthakur. Will really miss being there.”
The actor was presupposed to stroll the crimson carpet on the opening day of the seventy fifth Cannes Film Festival as a part of the Indian contingent together with Shekhar Kapur, Pooja Hegde and AR Rahman.
Was actually trying ahead to rooting for our cinema on the India Pavilion at #Cannes2022, however have sadly examined optimistic for Covid. Will relaxation it out. Loads of finest needs to you and your total crew, @ianuragthakur. Will actually miss being there.
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) May 14, 2022
As quickly as Akshay Kumar shared the information, followers dropped get nicely quickly messages for the actor. “Take care sir and get well soon… sending you prayers,” Hiten Tejwani wrote. “Wishing you the speediest recovery @akshaykumar sir.Wishing the entire family the best of health. Take care sir. Awaiting your tweet when you say you’re fine & Coming back stronger on sets,” a fan commented on the publish.
“Such a Disheartening news!..#COVID always a Barrier for everyone👊 Fans were so excited for #AkshayKumar presence at #Cannes2022 .. unfortunately this happened. So, take care & be there again for #Prithviraj promotion,” a Twitter person wrote.
India was introduced because the official nation of honour on the Marche Du Films, which can also be known as Cannes Film Market. It is held on the sidelines of the Cannes Film Festival, which begins May 17.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Nayanthara, Tamannaah Bhatia and Vani Tripathi together with famend folks singer Mame Khan, two-time Grammy successful composer Rickey Kej, and CBFC chairman Prasoon Joshi are a part of the Indian contingent to the pageant, billed as one of the vital prestigious movie galas throughout the globe. R Madhavan, whose directorial debut Rocketry: The Nambi Effect is about to have its market screening on May 19, may even stroll the crimson carpet on the gala. Indian actor Deepika Padukone is a part of the jury on the worldwide movie pageant this 12 months.
Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Anurag Thakur will lead the delegation from India to Cannes.