The Akshay Kumar backed FAU-G mobile application is all set to replace its Chinese counterpart PUB-G. While 20 percent of the revenue would go to the Armed Forces, the application will also have the National Anthem.
The Canadian Citizen announced it on Tittar, the Indian version of Twitter, and said,
“As a Canadian, I am proud to penetrate Indian Nationalism to every gamer in the country. Irrespective of where the gamer is, the national anthem plays. Also, during the national anthem, the volume button of the device will be disabled. The default volume will be maximum.”
The gaming community is in splits over the move. Despite it being announced as mandatory, Kumar also announced a bypass.
“Since it is a free country and everybody has a choice, we also have a feature in the app. One can skip the national anthem if they agree not to speak against the government in the future.”
When asked about whether he would be applying for an Indian citizenship, the actor said Jai Hind and walked away.