Yesterday B.N Tiwari, the president of Federation of Western Indian Cine Employees or FWICE shared news about Salman Khan supporting 25000 daily wage earners in the film industry. Now superstar Salman Khan's father Salim Khan has opened up on his family's principle of philanthropy
Khan recently spoke to Mid-day. He revealed that all three of his sons (Salman, Arbaz and Sohail) have been supporting cine workers in the industry during the ongoing health crisis. "But our family has a principle — hamara paisa jahan jaaye, wahan dikhna chahiye aur kisike kaam aana chahiye (our family has a principle that wherever they contribute family’s money, it should be of help to those who need it). (Since the past fortnight), we have been arranging meals for our building and Salman's security guards. We must all look after our staff," he said.
Mid-day also revealed that Salman Khan is taking care of ration and domestic needs of those who need it most. Previously B.N Tiwari also spoke about Salman's contribution. He said, "Salman's Being Human Foundation has come forward to help daily wage workers. They called us three days ago. We have about 5 lakh workers out of which 25,000 are in dire need of financial help. Being Human Foundation said they will take care of these workers on their own. They have asked for account details of these 25,000 workers as they want to ensure that money reaches them directly."
Salman Khan will next appear on the big screen with his upcoming film Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. Prabhudeva has directed the film.