Micromax Relaunch: Akshay Kumar Sends Love and Best Wishes To Good Friend Asin’s Husband Rahul Sharma for Launching INMobiles (View Tweet)

Mobile company Micromax released a video announcing its comeback to the smartphone market on Friday. The clip sees co-founder Rahul Sharma talking about the ups and downs his company has faced and has unveiled the ‘IN’ series. FYI, the former Micromax, has lost to Chinese smartphone makers. Now, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who has been a staunch supporter of the Atharbha Bharat campaign, has congratulated Rahul on his re-entry into the mobile phone world with a long message. He took to his Twitter and said that Micromax’s Travel 2.0 looks promising. Fau-ji: Akshay Kumar’s PUBG alternative gaming app plagiarized poster (Twitterati alleges (see image)).

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“Dear Rahul, I have heard all your wonderful ideas and I have no doubt that the success of #Inmobiles has made me see that you are capable of over-the-counter. Very proud of what you have achieved so far and Travel 2.0 looks very promising. I send all my love and best wishes, ”Rice wrote on the micro blogging site. We all know how Kumar was a voice to the locals and so he applauded the comeback of the smartphone company. Akshay Kumar’s Nirma ad spoofing Marathas create controversy, a written complaint has been filed against a good news actor.

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Micromax restarts: Akshay Kumar sends love and best wishes to best friend Asin’s husband Rahul Sharma launches INMobiles (See Tweet)

Rahul is not only the head honcho of Micromax Mobiles, but also the husband of former Bollywood actress Asin, with whom Akshay has worked on two to three films. We are here with rice who doesn’t want to make Indian mobile brand wonders. Stay tuned!

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