Salman Khan: If you have money, you should use it to save life
- Agusta Westland row: Ruckus in Rajya Sabha as Swamy names Sonia
- Repeated adjournments in Rajya Sabha over Agusta Westland chopper deal
- No IPL 2016 matches in Maharashtra in May, Supreme Court cancels MCA plea
- Panama heat: Income Tax Department knocks on 3 Delhi doors
- Indian officials plan Japan visit to take forward Rs 98,000-cr Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan feels people should engage themselves in charity irrespective of the reasons for it.
"Everybody in the industry does charity. Some people talk about it and some people don't. They say intent is important in charity, I don't believe it. Even if someone is doing charity to show off, I have no problems with it. One should just do charity for whatever reasons they want," said Salman Khan.
The 47-year-old actor's NGO Being Human has joined hands with Fortis foundation to unveil the Little Hearts programme to provide care to children with congenital heart defects.
Salman also opened his merchandise store in the hospital here.
"I think if you have money, you should use it to save life. I feel what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean," he added.
The Dabangg star, who is fondly called 'Sallu Bhai', said that he does not like when ladies call him 'bhai'.
"I have four sisters and two of them are rakhi sisters . They are enough for me. I cannot handle people calling me 'bhai'. In fact I don't know how to react when a girl calls me 'bhai'," Salman said.
- Alcohol abuse is a public health, not moral, problem
- It is clear now that Pakistan generals are unimpressed by the Modi initiative
- Governance in Kerala is superior to that in Bihar. State rankings are a fraught exercise
- The case for high-speed rail
- Politicians divided by Agusta unite on odd-even
- Judiciary is part of the problem of judicial vacancy and case pendency