A video grab shows Salman Khan appealing to Indian diaspora in the UAE.
Gulf Today Report
Superstar Salman Khan has gone filmy to educate his fans and followers about the coronavirus pandemic in the UAE.
The official Twitter account of Abu Dhabi Government Media Office shared a video of the superstar urging the Indian diaspora to oblige the UAE authorities.
The tweet read, “Do the right thing, like heroes do.”
Salman Khan, who has filmed many times in Abu Dhabi, appealed in the video to the Indian community to benefit from the government's generosity, cooperate by complying with precautionary measures, and seek testing when COVID-19 symptoms develop.
The superstar, known for his generosity, financially supported 25,000 daily wage workers of the Indian film industry amid the COVID-19 lockdown. He has provided a ration facility to them.
Politician Baba Siddique took to Twitter to thank the actor for his contribution.
"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," Siddique tweeted.
Siddique also shared a few pictures of a godown and trucks filled with food supplies.
Salman isn't slowing down even during the nationwide lockdown. If not films, he is keeping himself busy with songs. His latest, "Tere bina", has been sung and directed by the superstar.
When the lockdown was announced in India, Salman along with a few family members and close industry friends were at his Panvel farmhouse.
They have spent the last seven weeks at the farm, coming up with interesting ways to keep themselves productive and create content for the audience.
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