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Salman Khan’s sweet gesture of offering bananas to Monkeys with niece Ayat is the cutest thing on the internet today!

While Salman Khan is busy promoting his upcoming film Antim: The Final Truth, he recently posted an adorable video on his Instagram handle. Salman can be seen with niece Ayat Sharma. The actor and his niece can be seen feeding bananas to monkeys while he holds her in his arms. Ayat is the second child of Salman’s sister Arpita Khan and actor Aayush Sharma.

At the start of the video two monkeys can be seen sitting on a fountain. Salman offered them some bananas. He returned with Ayat in his arms, assisting her in bringing more food and bananas to the monkeys. When the monkeys accepted the bananas and food she offered, she was seen happily clapping.

In 2019, Salman Khan posted a video with a monkey in which he championed the cause of discontinuing the use of plastic bottles. The video was taken during a vacation he had soon after his film Bharat had a successful run.

 

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Salman could be seen offering water to a monkey in the video whom he called his ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’, in a plastic bottle. The monkey, however, refused. He then offered water in a glass and ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ drank from it. “Hamara bajrangi bhaijaan plastic ki bottle se paani nahi peeta (Our Bajrangi Bhaijaan does not drink water from a plastic bottle),” he captioned the video.

Meanwhile, Salman Khan is eagerly waiting for the release of his most anticipated film Antim: The Final Truth in theatres. In Mahesh Manjrekar’s film, he will be seen with his brother-in-law Aayush Sharma. The film is said to be a remake of the Marathi crime drama Mulshi Pattern, which was a box office success in 2018.

Antim: The Final Truth is set to release in theatres on November 26. Talking about it, Salman Khan had told PTI, “At one point it seemed lockdown won’t ease, theatres won’t open so this film was heading to OTT. We thought the lockdown would not open and it was going on OTT. Even that way, it was beneficial to us but we decided to release it everywhere in theatres.”

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