Akshay Kumar has every now and then proved that he is a dotting husband and especially during the time of coronavirus, he makes sure his family stay safe and healthy. Amid the coronavirus lockdown, the Sooryavanshi actor took wife Twinkle Khanna to the hospital after she fractures her foot. Taking to Twitter, she shared a video where Akshay can be seen driving the car while wearing a mask as she shows the deserted streets of Mumbai.Also Read - Twinkle Khanna 'Feels Proud' of Hubby Akshay Kumar For Donating Rs 25 Crore to PM Relief Fund

Captioning the post, she wrote, “Deserted roads all the way back from the hospital. Please don’t be alarmed, I am not about to kick the bucket because I really can’t kick anything at all.” Also Read - After Akshay Kumar, Ratan Tata Donates Rs 500 Crore For Coronavirus Fight, Netizens Call Them 'Real Hero'

In the video, Twinkle clarifies that she did not visit the hospital due to coronavirus but because of her broken foot which can be seen heavily bandaged. Also Read - Akshay Kumar Donates Rs 25 Crore to PM Modi's Relief Fund For Fight Against Coronavirus

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Earlier, she shared a tweet where she revealed the conversation the couple had just before taking the decision and it will melt your heart. When she asked the Sooryavanshi actor if he was sure as it was a massive amount and they need to liquidate funds, he replied by saying that he had nothing when he started and now when he is in this position he can’t hold back but help people who have nothing.

Twinkle tweeted, “The man makes me proud. When I asked him if he was sure as it was such a massive amount and we needed to liquidate funds, he just said, ‘ I had nothing when I started and now that I am in this position, how can I hold back from doing whatever I can for those who have nothing.” (sic)

Amid coronavirus lockdown which has taken 25 lives in India so far, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance And Relief in Emergency Fund (PM CARES Fund) which will help people from all walks of life who is dealing with any emergency or distress due to COVID-19 or lockdown.