According to sources, the Bollywood actor asked director Kabir Khan to check how he can help Geeta. Ansar Burney, the social activist and former Pakistani minister, stated, "Salman Khan offers to help Geeta. Asks director Kabir Khan to find out how he can help Geeta meet her family."
Geeta, now 22-year-old, was nine-year-old when she crossed India-Pakistan border. Officials of Punjab Rangers handed Geeta over to a social welfare organisation, the Edhi Foundation, in Lahore. She later was moved to a home in Karachi.
Mr Burney earlier in 2012 had tried to locate whereabouts of Geeta's parents, but he failed. Now, after the success of Salman Khan-starrer blockbuster movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Mr Burney once again brought Geeta's story into everyone's notice.
He wrote about Geeta on micro-blogging site Twitter. According to his posts, Geeta recognised the Indian map but she failed to give other details about her family.
Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan Dr.TCA Raghavan is reaching Karachi and will meet Geeta today.
Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan Dr.TCA Raghavan is reaching Karachi and will meet Geeta today.— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) August 4, 2015
Mr Burney in his post also mentioned that officials at her shelter believe she tries to say that her father is from Jharkhand and mother from Telangana. She has also conveyed that she has 11 siblings, including four sisters.