Salman Khan Pulls Off A 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' With An Act Of Kindness, Details Inside

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Salman Khan is an avid philanthropist who always makes sure to give others a helping hand. The actor doesn't like to publicise these humanitarian acts but such things do get out eventually.

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Salman Khan is a superstar in every sense of the word. Other than his professional career, he is also an avid philanthropist who always makes sure to give others a helping hand. His love for children is especially well known and he often goes the extra mile for his little fans. However, the actor doesn't like to publicise these humanitarian acts. But of course, such things do get out eventually like the case below. Salman was spotted in a hospital recently for a very special reason. The actor had gone to visit a little boy, who is ailing from cancer. The patient, who is also a fan of the 'Bharat' actor, had requested to meet him. Of course, the superstar could not refuse something like this and obliged by interacting with the boy and making his dream come true. Other than him, Salman also interacted with the other kids in the ward, effectively proving that he has a soft spot for children, just like his character in 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'. 

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On the professional front, he is currently shooting for Ali Abbas Zafar's 'Bharat', where he will be seen essaying the role of a stuntman. Lately, pictures of thrilling action sequences from the film's sets had gone viral. The film also stars Katrina Kaif, Tabu, Sunil Grover, Jackie Shroff and others in pivotal roles. 

 

 

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