Salman Khan is a man of words and he never fails to miss any chance to do his philanthropic work. Salman recently came into the spotlight for his excellent charity work during the pandemic. Now according to reports the actor who earlier vowed to assist Bollywood film crews has kept his Promise. As per the reports, the actor has transferred Rs 1500 to the accounts of 25,000 film workers.
BN Tiwari, head of the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE), said in a statement, “Salman Khan is one of the large-hearted actors of Bollywood who has continued to help us whenever we need any support. He had helped our members in the first lockdown too, we are grateful to him. He has told us that he will continue to help our workers in the future too.”
Salman’s initiative has motivated other celebrities of the industry to come forward to help less privileged people in these tough times of the coronavirus pandemic.
Meanwhile, recently it was reported that Salman Khan is gearing up to play the flamboyant Indian spy, Ravindra Kaushik, popularly known as Black Tiger, in director Rajkumar Gupta’s next film. This would be the first time in 32 years Salman is doing a biopic. It was also mentioned in the report that Salman will begin working on the project once he wraps up his commitments for Sajid Nadiadwala. The film based on the life of an Indian spy, Ravindra Kaushik. He is famously known as Black Tiger and is regarded as India’s best spy ever.