Salman Khan donated Rs 12 crore for Kerala flood victims

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Salman Khan donated Rs 12 crore for Kerala flood victims
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Salman Khan donated Rs 12 crore for Kerala flood victims?

We all are aware of the condition of the Kerala the drowing state. Everyone is up to be the helping hand for the victims of flood. Many bollywood celebs contributed their sums to the Kerala flood victims.

Salman Khan donated Rs 12 crore for Kerala flood victims
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Recently, Jaaved Jaaferi tweeted about Salman Khan. He said that he heard of Salman Khan to donate 12 crore to the Kerala state conditions.

Jaaved’s original tweet said he had “Heard @BeingSalmanKhan donated Rs 12cr for Kerala.. this man is something else. Kitnon ki duaein leke chal rahi hain isey. God Bless you bro. Love and #Respect,” his later tweet said that he is waiting to confirm the information.“I had tweeted that I had ‘heard’ about @BeingSalmanKhan ‘s bcontribution. Because it was a very strong possibility given his track record, I put forward my thoughts and admiration,” he tweeted.

Salman is still not responding to the tweet.

Along with helping hands of government, celebs have also been one of the pillar support to the victims. Many celebs came forward and donated as per their wills. Actor Shushant Singh Rajput donated Rs 1 crore on a fan’s behalf while Gold star Kunal Kapoor gave Rs 1.2 crore to the cause.

The list of celeb donors includes Amitabh Bachan, Shah Rukh Khan, Kangana Ranaut, Sunny Leone, Anushka Sharma, Rajinikanth, Thalapathy Vijay, Ram Charan and many more.

In the hard time of Kerala, Randeep Hooda showed his courage and visited Kerala. He was a part of the Khalsa Aid initiative. Khalsa Aid posted a photograph of the actor cooking with them to feed the affected people. “Bollywood actor Randeep Hooda joins the Khalsa Aid team in Kerala! It’s great to see celebrities on the ground and not just simply commenting on social media,” read an Instagram post by the organisation.

The actor on his part said,he felt blessed to be a part of the team of volunteers helping in the relief work. “Every little step counts,” he added.

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