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A video grab shows Salman offering water to a monkey.
Syed Shayaan Bakht, Staff Reporter
Bollywood Superstar Salman Khan shared a video on his social media platforms offering water to a monkey.
The “Dabangg” star gave a bottle of mineral water to the ape whom he addressed as his "Bajrangi Bhaijaan.”
Salman wrote on Twitter, “Hamara bajrangi bhaijaan plastic ki bottle se paani nahi peeta… (Our bajrangi bhaijaan does not want to drink water from a plastic bottle…)
In the video, the monkey was seen refusing the bottle. Salman offered the monkey water in a glass, which the primate quickly grabbed.
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