Video: Salman Khan followed the path of Akshay Kumar, boosted the enthusiasm of Indian players for this special work

The Tokyo Olympics is going to start on 23 July i.e. Friday. In such a situation, the Indian team is also participating in this Olympics. The countrymen are increasing the enthusiasm of Indian players in different ways. From common people to Bollywood celebs, everyone is seen wishing the best.

Now Salman Khan has also increased the enthusiasm of Indian players in his own style. Recently, Salman Khan has shared a video supporting the players.

Salman shared the video

After Akshay Kumar, on Thursday, Salman Khan shared a video on his official Twitter handle. In this video shared by the actor, he is seen saying that many congratulations to the Indian team for the Tokyo Olympics, this is my victory punch to cheer India.

Let us tell you that while sharing this special video, Dabang Khan has written in the caption that I wholeheartedly support my Indian Olympic team and join the campaign, I accept the challenge given by Kiren Rijiju.

Akshay Kumar’s post

Earlier, Akshay Kumar had also encouraged the Indium team in his own style. Akshay had also shared a video saying that we all have to encourage our talented player for the Tokyo Olympics. I believe that with the encouragement and prayers of all of us, all the players will bring glory to the country.

The actor further said that my team is you all Akkian. The actor said that Akkian, you should also make the video and tag your 5 friends in it. Use the hashtag ‘Cheer for India’ while sharing this video, India’s victory is in India’s hands.’

Let us tell you that to increase the enthusiasm of Indian players, everyone is tagging each other by making a video of each other. After Akshay Salman, now it has to be seen which celebs increase the enthusiasm of all the players by sharing such videos.

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