The actor's parents Salim and Salma Khan live at their Bandra home, while Salman has been staying at the farmhouse since the lockdown in March.
Bollywood Superstar Salman Khan went to meet his parents living in the city on Tuesday after Lockdown 4.0 started in India. It is notable that during the lockdown, Salman was not present in the Galaxy apartment in Bandra, Mumbai.
According to a Mumbai Mirror report, the superstar moved from his farmhouse in the area adjacent to Panvel to meet his parents living in a Galaxy apartment in Bandra, Mumbai. For this visit, he took all the necessary permissions from the administration and returned before nightfall.
The actor's parents Salim and Salma Khan live at their Bandra home, while Salman has been staying at the farmhouse since the lockdown in March. She was accompanied by sister Arpita, her husband Ayush Sharma and their children, brother Sohail Khan's son, alleged girlfriends Lulia Vantur, friends Jacqueline Fernandez and Valuscha D'Souza, among others.
Recently, Salman released the romantic song 'Tere Bina'.
It is worth mentioning that during the whole country's fight against Kovid-19, Salman Khan has always put forward a helping hand. Amidst the epidemic, Salman used various platforms to spread awareness while advising people to stay home, follow social distance and help. Salman is offering help in every way with every passing day.
From helping daily wage laborers associated with the All India Special Artists Association (AISAA) to providing financial assistance to 32,000 daily wage earners, Salman is constantly keeping an eye on the situation.
Recently the superstar helped around 2500 families, arranging food and other resources for the villages around his farmhouse.
Salman has always come forward to help the people of his country. People close to Salman are well aware of his philanthropic side. At the same time, during the Pak month of Ramadan, Salman is making more and more charitable efforts, because this month is only to do charity.