Salman Khan greeted and spent some funtime with disabled children at the launch of a Being Human campaign in Mumbai on January 26, 2014. Take ...
Salman Khan poses. (AFP Photo)
Salman Khan greets children during the launch of a Being Human campaign in Mumbai. (AFP Photo)
Salman Khan with disabled children. (AFP Photo)
Salman Khan poses for a photograph alongside disabled children during the launch of a campaign for his Being Human foundation in Mumbai. (AFP Photo)
Salman Khan has already attached his name to sister Alvira Khan’s film, O Teri, as a presenter.
He will even do a cameo in it. The project is co-produced by her husband, Atul Agnihotri. But it seems the actor wants to be more involved with the project now, which is why he has asked to be consulted for all the promotional activities of the film too.
A source close to Salman reveals, “He wants to look into the marketing of this project. It requires a lot of time and effort. Salman is ready to put in all that because being a family film, it is special to him. He is actively participating in outlining the marketing and promotional strategies."
stars Pulkit Samrat and newcomer Bilal Amrohi as two journalists, who come across a big scam.
Atul confirms his brother-in-law’s involvement, saying, "From the time Salman heard the script, he was keen on being involved in all the aspects of the making. Now that the movie is ready, he is keen to look into the promotions. For several reasons, O Teri
is very close to his heart. We really appreciate his help and inputs."