Akshay Kumar celebrates 48th birthday with wife, 'gifts' fans song from Singh Is Bliing

Akshay Kumar celebrated his 48th birthday with wife, Twinkle Khanna and 'gifted' his fans a song from his upcoming film Singh Is Bliing.

hidden September 10, 2015 14:44:21 IST
Akshay Kumar celebrates 48th birthday with wife, 'gifts' fans song from Singh Is Bliing

Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar rang in his 48th birthday with a private dinner with wife Twinkle Khanna.

Akshay Kumar celebrates 48th birthday with wife gifts fans song from Singh Is Bliing

Akshay Kumar in Singh is Bliing. Screengrab from YouTube

"All set for the birthday boy's dinner #happybirthday," Twinkle posted on Twitter last evening along with a photo of the duo.

On the special occasion of his birthday, Akshay gifted his fans another song from his upcoming movie Singh Is Bliing, directed by Prabhudheva.

"It's my birthday and you are getting a gift. This is the style of Singh. Watch," he wrote and posted the Youtube link of the song.

The Brothers star also thanked his admirers for the cakes, video and tweets.

"A big thank you to all my fans who celebrate my birthday as their own. Saw the cakes, videos, tweets! Love you all. God bless always."

Akshay is all geared up for the promotion of the Singh Is Bliing, which will see him teaming up with actress Amy Jackson for the first time. The film will hit theatres on 2 October.

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