Bollywood actor Salman Khan has come to the rescue of industry workers who were left unemployed in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak and the resulting lockdown. Now that everything is about to come under control after the second surge on the decline and an aggressive vaccination drive, Bhai continues to help those Industry workers of Bollywood. The actor stood by his commitment and once again transferred Rs 1500 into the accounts of workers from various departments of the workers union.
The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) president BN Tiwari wrote, "Salman Khan is one of the large-hearted actors of Bollywood who has continued to help us whenever we need any support. He had helped our members in the first lockdown, too. We are grateful to him. He has told us that he will continue to help our workers in the future too".
Recently, Salman distributed food packets to frontline workers through his philanthropic initiative. Last year also he had transferred funds into the accounts of the daily wage workers. He had made a payment of Rs 3000 each to the daily wage workers account.
The workers have also received help from the Producers Guild of India and other production houses, which have facilitated vaccines and money transfers to workers' accounts. Tiwari adds, "We are eternally grateful to the film industry coming in support of its fraternity."
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