His life and Being Human Foundation!
Salman Khan connects with the little hearts! The handsome superstar was in Gurgaon recently to launch the Little Hearts Program by Fortis Memorial Research Institute - a charitable initiative jointly launched by his NGO Being Human and Fortis Foundation. The initiative will provide treatment for children suffering from congenial heart diseases free of cost or at nominal charges.
Salman is attached to the cause and hopes these new proposals help needy children. He stressed on providing other facilities such as these to be available in medical clinics and hospitals for the requirements of people.
The Dabangg star was looking elegant in a black suit and white shirt. He was more interested in talking to the ailing children and spoke about his foundation 'Being Human' as his heart and soul.
Salman who has been shooting for the movie 'Mental', preferred to talk about children at the gathering. He kept away from questions regarding the movie releases. 'Mental' is Salman's home production directed by brother Sohail Khan, but Salman had an agenda to just take up the issue of children at the event.
The brand 'Being Human' has come up in a big way as Salman is giving all his attention in order to promote the charitable foundation. The new stores of the brand 'Being Human' are launched recently in Ludhiana and Chandigarh. Customers can be a part of the charitable cause by making a purchase from a wide collection of merchandise. The sales will raise funds for charity.
The Little Hearts Program is a charitable initiative launched jointly by his NGO 'Being Human' and the Fortis Foundation.
Salman Khan met Renu Begum, a one and a half year old from Agartala who has been suffering from hydrocephalus. This medical condition causes an abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the cavities of the brain. The condition leads to enlargement of the head, seizures and cerebral disability.
This 19-month-old baby was admitted to Fortis recently after the media coverage on her condition.
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