Bollywood superstar Salman Khan poses for a photo.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who has become a regular on social media to share videos of his fitness regime, plans to take it a bit further.
The Bollywood star is set to launch a SK-27 Gym Franchise, and plans to open 300 gyms across India by 2020.
Salman Khan has been sharing videos of himself working out at the gym and carrying weights in his social media accounts.
After his Being Human chain and Being Strong Fitness Equipment, Salman will launch his own chain of gyms and fitness centres, read a statement issued on behalf of the actor.
The aim of SK-27 is to make every individual fit and healthy, apart from creating job opportunities for fitness trainers and entrepreneurs while spreading the message of the Fit India movement.
In April, Salman launched his fitness equipment brand Being Strong, which is said to have been installed in over 175 gyms across India.
Indo-Asian News Service
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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