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Salman steps in to rescue B-town’s lookalikes

Bollywood actors are going all out in toughen of the country and the voters in times of the Coronavirus Crisis. With the film industry coming to a halt, identical to the opposite companies because of the lockdown, the daily salary staff had been on the receiving finish. In such times, Salman Khan has been at his best serving the artists and labourers with finances and essential goods. Earlier, the actor had pledged to financially assist 25,000 daily salary artistes of the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE), since their livelihood has been significantly affected because of the coronavirus lockdown.

And now information is that the Dabangg actor has also reached out and funded artists from AILAA, which is All India Look Alike Association. Sharing extra details on the same, Prashant Walde, who has been working within the industry for long as a Shah Rukh Khan lookalike informs Bombay Times, “Arif Khan who’s the President of the affiliation and I, as a Joint Secretary of the affiliation we approached FWICE for assist. Since there aren't any film or ad shoots and occasions happening, the lookalikes had been jobless. Some of them had been in dire state. So, we reached out for assist. We are grateful to have grabbed Salman bhai’s attention. There are a total 162 lookalikes from far and wide India indexed with us and the actor funded every one of us personally.” He further provides, “Each one of us gained Rs 3000 underneath the title of Being Human Foundation. In a day or two we're expected to have Rs 3000 once more. We are also getting Rs 2000 coupon to shop for grocery.”

Talking about the similar, Arif, who's an Anil Kapoor lookalike says, “I am really grateful to Salman, and BN Tiwari, the President of FWICE. They have actually stored many sinking boats.”

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