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Salman Khan donates Rs1500 to 25000 workers from the film industry in order to support them

Salman Khan extends his help to 25000 film workers by donating Rs 1500 to them amid the COVID-19 crisis
by Saumya Bansal | May 07, 2021 12:57 IST
Salman Khan donates Rs1500 to 25000 workers from the film industry in order to support them

Salman Khan has moved a step forward in his philanthropic work towards helping those affected by the COVID-19 crisis in India. Earlier last month, Salman who's popularly called Bhaijaan, distributed food packets to the frontline workers who are risking their lives to help those in need.

 
And this time, the Radhe actor has donated 1500 rupees to 25000 workers from the film industry. A popular website quoted the president of Federation of Western Indian Cine Employees (FWICE) BN Tiwari, "We have sent Salman Khan a list of names of the people in need and he has agreed to deposit the money.” He also added, "A list of 35,000 senior citizen workers has been sent to Yash Raj Films and they have agreed to help in principle. The production house will be paying Rs 5000 and a monthly ration for a family of four. Both Salman and YRF will go through the list and verify the account details and then deposit the money."
 
The workers from the film industry include makeup artists, hairstylists, technicians, stuntmen, etc. Meanwhile, Salman Khan's film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai is all set to release simultaneously in theatres and on the OTT platform called Zee Plex. The film also stars Disha Patani, Randeep Hooda, and Jackie Shroff. Radhe will be releasing on 13th May.


CREDITS: ETIMES

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