Salman Khan poses for a photograph. File
Gulf Today Report
Bollywood Salman Khan has thanked everyone for "listening and understanding" about lockdown due to the outbreak of coronavirus in India.
Salman on Thursday night took to Twitter, where he shared photographs of empty streets and a closed "qabristaan".
"Wah! Thank you for listening and understanding the gravity of this situation the country is in. God bless and protect each and every 1. #IndiaFightsCorona," he captioned the image.
Salman is currently staying at his Panvel farmhouse with his nephew and brother Sohail Khan's son, Nirvaan. He is constantly in touch with his father Salim Khan via video calls.
Salman has extended help to 25,000-odd daily wage workers of the film industry whose lives have been affected by the ongoing national lockdown that has brought all filming activity in Bollywood to a grinding halt.
Salman's contribution will aid the artistes of Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE), said the body's president BN Tiwari.
Salman took to Instagram on Friday morning to share a video where he can be seen feeding leaves to his horse while he also munches on them!
The actor captioned: "Breakfast with my love..."
It seems Salman enjoyed chewing the leaves as after he finished eating them, he said, "It's damn good ya!" The actor who is spending the lockdown period in his Panvel farmhouse, seems to be having a nice time with his animals over there.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan reportedly made a visit to his house in Mumbai on Tuesday, after spending 60 days at his Panvel farmhouse.
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