Actor-producer Anil Kapoor says the greatest bank balance is a person's health and money can't buy it.
He was made the brand ambassador for clean air and healthy lungs at NAPCON 2016 -- a national conference of pulmonary diseases.
Speaking at the event here on Saturday, the actor said: "The greatest bank balance in your life is your health. No money can buy it. You can't buy a clean heart, clean mind and clean lungs."
"Be it mental or physical, I take no chance with the health of my family. I might think twice before buying any material thing, but whenever it comes to health, I sign a blank cheque without giving a single thought."
The "24" star also shared a few tips to keep health in check.
He said: "When you get up in the morning, first notice how you breathe. If you are stressed out, your breathing will become shallow and short."
On the film front, the 59-year-old actor will be seen in "Mubarakan" along with his nephew Arjun Kapoor.
Also featuring Ileana D'Cruz and Athiya Shetty, the film is slated to release on July 28, 2017.
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