“Don’t want people to say that they got Corona when they went to watch Salman Khan film” – Eagles Vine

Superstar Salman Khan is one of the Bollywood actors who has helped the cine workers and the people affected due to COVID-19. Now, the actor has decided to support 25000 daily wage workers of the film industry by transferring Rs 1500 into their bank accounts.

Talking about the same, during an interview, he said, “The money situation is tight but I am trying to do my bit for people and will continue helping them. I am also trying to find a way to help people get vaccinated which is the need of the hour.”

Salman has worked during the new normal, he has adjusted to the new normal and shot films amidst the covid pandemic. However, he wishes to go back to the old way of working. He said, “That can only happen if not a single person gets infected which will take time and vaccination is the only way to save ourselves.”

During the interaction, the actor went on to state that he has taken the first jab of the COVID-19 vaccine and his second dose is due in the next two weeks.

Talking about his upcoming release ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’, Salman said that he knows the Box Office collection will be low as the country is facing the second wave and is currently under lockdown. But he is happy that his fans are excited about the film. Khan also added that he heard some fans went on to book cinema halls which left him worried. He said, “I urge them not to do something like that. I don’t want people to say that they got corona when they went to watch Salman Khan film.”


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