Salman Khan poses for a picture. File
Superstar Salman Khan, who has been spending his days at his Panvel farmhouse ever since the lockdown commenced, recently took to social media to promote Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
On Friday, on the occasion of World Environment Day, the actor shared a video in which he, along with rumoured girlfriend Lulia Vantur, can be seen sweeping and cleaning up the premises of the property.
From collecting fallen leaves to brooming the wet roads, Salman happily helped his staff to clean the farmhouse.
"#SwachhBharat #WorldEnvironmentDay," he captioned the video.
Reportedly, Salman's farmhouse was affected by cyclone Nisarga.
On the film front, Salman will next be seen in "Radhe". The action drama costarring Disha Patani was supposed to be his Eid release this year, but has got delayed owing to the lockdown.
During the lockdown, Salman has been busy exploring his singing skills. He has released three songs - a love song "Tere bina", an anthem against the corona pandemic titled "Pyaar karona", and his Eid special release "Bhai bhai" which talks of communal harmony.
One of the iconic scenes of the 1994 film was one where Madhuri's co-star Salman Khan playfully takes aim and shoots at her derriere using a catapult.
Kapoor passed away on Wednesday night due to age-related issues, Ritambhara, one of his daughters, told IANS.
Salman shared a video of streams of fans who gathered outside his house to greet the superstar Eid Mubarak.
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Five films of different genres and storylines from an industry that began in 1926 had been selected for free public viewing at the Manarat Al Saadiyat in the Saadiyat Cultural District of the capital.
After making her acting debut in 2000 in Refugee, Kapoor established herself with roles in the dramas Asoka and Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... (both 2001). This was followed by a series of commercial failures and negative reviews for her repetitive roles.
Anne Heche, who's been hospitalised at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills hospital north of Los Angeles, suffered a "severe anoxic brain injury,” the statement said. Such an injury is caused by a sustained lack of oxygen to the brain.