He might have been the center of many controversies in Bollywood. He might have legal troubles to deal with. But the unapologetic bachelor of tinsel town, Salman Khan has a heart full of fatherly love for children in need. His charity foundation, Being Human, has successfully changed the lives of children in need of security and love.
Adding another feather in his cap, Salman Khan has helped a kid waiting for monetary help for his liver treatment. Rakesh Awar, father of the 2-year-old, is in need of Rs.12 lakh for a liver transplant for his son. The family approached Salman’s Being Human Foundation to plead for help and they were not disappointed.
Rakesh Awar says,
We had only heard that Salman Khan helps people. We needed help to collect funds for our child’s treatment; he needs a liver transplant which will cost us around 12 lakh rupees. Since we didn’t have sufficient funds we asked the doctor to give us some more time, so now the surgery is on July 18, 2017, it was earlier supposed to happen on May 31st.
Being Human Foundation was founded in 2007 and, since then, it has been actively involved in charity work. Every now and then, we hear of the good that the organization has been able to do for needy children. Aware of these facts, Rakesh Awar contacted the organization. He further says,
Being Human was the first charitable organization we approached and I was expecting to get a sum of 1 lakh rupees, but we got 2 lakhs instead. We also got around 5 lakh from Tata Charitable Trust, and around 3 lakh from Chief Minister’s trust. We still have to reach the 12 lakh target, but we are close. I am thankful to everybody who helped.
He also shared a picture of a receipt by the Being Human Foundation.
The generous nature of Salman Khan is admired throughout the industry and among his fans. Once, Akshay Kumar said that he saw Salman Khan giving bundles of money to needy people. Everyone knows that Bhai loves kids and his charity work speaks for it. In spite of being busy with the promotion of ‘Tubelight’, he has made time to connect with children.