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After helping 25,000 film industry staff, Salman Khan assisted 50 woman land workers during lock-down in Malegaon

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Salman Khan is yet again on the pinnacle of the breaking news: this time for his valuable supply of food essentials to the 50 female ground workers. Salman Khan, the Bollywood superstar, reportedly locked up in his farmhouse in Panvel, recently supported the day-to-day wage laborers who were assisting in Mumbai in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic. The actor vowed to pay the expenses of 25,000 production jobs.

Politician Baba Siddiqui verified this report, saying: “Thank you @beingsalmankhan @tweetbeinghuman for your generous contribution towards the daily wage workers. You are always one step ahead of everybody when it comes to helping people and you have proved that yet again.”

Salman is now able to pass the required sum needed to assist the Malegaon workers. He surveyed the land and planned early on for the poor. Jordy Patel, Salman’s manager, and spokesman has reported the news that Salman has been informed about the women who were terribly in need of regular essentials and the actor has thus agreed to do whatever is required. “Salman has always been generous and responds to anyone in need genuinely… we all know that”. Patel further added. Salman Khan’s team is doing a proactive study on the land and providing aid to everyone who is in need of immediate assistance.

The Race 3 actor and the super dashing host of India’s no. 1 reality show Bigg Boss is currently in his Panvel estate, away from his kin, is currently quarantining. His dad, Salim Khan, has recently told the Hindustan Times that via video calls he is constantly in touch with his actor-son. In the meantime, on his own Instagram account, the actor has shared videos that offer his followers a glimpse into the workings of his quarantine.