Salman Khan's Being Human Foundation ventures into children's welfare
The Foundation has now joined hands with a fund-raiser for disadvantaged children.
Despite recent controversial comments from director Abhinav Kashyap about the Being Human Foundation, Bollywood actor Salman Khan seems to be in the mood to forge ahead.
The actor who has kept himself busy during the lockdown in India by releasing a song, a music video as well as helping out the needy from his Panvel farmhouse, seems to be on a roll.
His Being Human Foundation has now joined hands with 'Chhoti Si Asha- For Future of Our Children', a fund-raiser to safeguard the future of disadvantaged children. This is a joint initiative by Rotary India, Rotary Club Of Bombay, Colors and Wizcraft International Entertainment alongside the Being Human Foundation.
The fund-raiser event was presented by Salman, who was quoted as saying, "Being Human is delighted to participate in this endeavour for the future of our children. The good that we do in the present will decide a better future."
Designed as a people's initiative, 'Chhoti Si Asha- For Future of our Children', aired on COLORS on June 28 and on IIFA's Facebook page on June 30.