Bollywood actor Salman Khan turned 50 on 27th December. He hosted a birthday party at his Panvel house which was attended by Bollywood celebs including Riteish Deshmukh, Genelia Deshmukh, Farah Khan, Karisma Kapoor, Ameesha Patel, Sania Mirza and several others. And all in midst of glamour and reverie, he received a meaningful tweet from Pilibhit Sanctuary.
@BeingSalmanKhan Prove u actually care. Ur single visit or retweet will help to save hundreds of wildlife creatures in @TigerReservePBT >>> — Pilibhit Sanctuary (@TigerReservePBT) December 27, 2015
@BeingSalmanKhan Prove u actually care. Ur single visit or retweet will help to save hundreds of wildlife creatures in @TigerReservePBT >>>
— Pilibhit Sanctuary (@TigerReservePBT) December 27, 2015
Salman Khan probably has no clue about this tweet, but we all know about his criminal connection with the Blackbuck. He is accused of poaching three chinkaras and a Blackbuck near Jodhpur in September-October 1998 while shooting for ‘Hum Saath Saath Hain’.
As this tweet went on air, the Blackbucks in the Pilibhit Sanctuary showed mixed reactions.
Divisional forest officer Kailash Prakash said:
“We want Salman Khan to set up an example by helping us preserve the beautiful creatures here. We invite the star to visit Pilibhit tiger reserve and see endangered species like tigers, leopards, barking deer, honey badgers, blackbucks and critically endangered birds like Bengal bustards and vultures and many more. Salman’s move to show his love and affection for these animals will undoubtedly double the respect his fans have for him.”