In English or Italian? In English, no not really, but it depends on context. Like, does your brother do anything to you? Yes, he pushes me. What is he doing to you? He's pushing me!
In Italian, no I don't think so. I'm no native but I'm fairly sure Italian is similar to Spanish in this regard, where the present progressive isn't used unless the action is happening right this second. Correct me if I'm wrong, natives!