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Exclusive!Salman Khan donates 1,500-25,000 rupees film industry workers in the second wave of COVID-19 | Hindi Film News

Bollywood reunited and extended support to all those affected by the second wave of COVID-19. Salman Khan provides financial support to Bollywood workers such as technicians, make-up artists, stuntmen and spotboys. He will donate 1500 rupees to each of the 25,000 workers. BN Tiwari, Chairman of the West Indies Film Employees’ Federation (FWICE), confirmed to ETimes: “Salman Khan sent a list of names of people in need and he agreed to deposit money.” BN Tiwari also sent a list of 35,000 elderly workers to Yash Raj Films, in principle. He added that he agreed to support. The production company will pay 5000 rupees and a monthly salary for a family of four. Both Salman and YRF will check the list for account details before depositing money.

Recently, Salman Khan distributed food parcels to frontline warriors through philanthropy. The actor started an initiative with Yuva Sena’s leader, Raffle Canal, who arranged a meal kit for about 5,000 front-line workers, including police officers and health care workers. The actor will soon be seen on “Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai,” which will appear on screen on the occasion of Eid on May 13. Actor production company Salman Khan Films recently shared a statement to donate revenue from the film for COVID bailouts.

Last year, Salman Khan also sent money to the accounts of day laborers in the film industry. He paid daily workers in the film industry 3,000 rupees each and promised to transfer more money later.

Exclusive!Salman Khan donates 1,500-25,000 rupees film industry workers in the second wave of COVID-19 | Hindi Film News

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