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'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' in real: When Salman Khan helped 4 runaway kids reunite with their parents


New Delhi, Aug 20: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan who is most popular among his followers for his benevolent nature, has once again proved why he is so endearing for them. It happens rarely that some Bollywood star reprises his screen character in real life too. But then Dabang Khan is known for doing things in style.

Reportedly, Salman Khan who is relishing the roaring success of his movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan at the moment, recently helped four runaway children to get reunited to their families.

Salman reprises Bajrangi Bhaijaan's role

The incident took place on Monday when living up to his screen character, Bollywood actor helped 4 boys of age between 11 and 16.

The superstar has also posted a pictures of these kids on his Twitter account. "No better joy than a reunion", Salman writes on the Social media.

According to a DNA report, Mumbai-based Antara Desai who helps celebrities in associating themselves with some good social cause approached Salman Khan, who wanted to help these runaway kids.

Narrating this exemplary tale, Desai said, "Salman was quite keen to help these kids out. He has funded the entire initiative right from paying for the parents to come down, to making sure they have a secure future. On Monday evening, he reunited four kids from different parts of the country - who had run away - with their parents"

Remembering the emotional moment when Salman helped these children in meeting with their parents, she said, "Salman was very emotional and so were the kids. They had no idea they were meeting Salman and what was going to happen next. A lot of them had run away when they were juveniles, so it was very emotional for the parents to meet them as well."

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