Salman Khan is know to be engrossed in a lot of charity work, he even own an Being Human organization which helps a lot of children and people in need. It is said that 90% of Salman's earnings goes to charity, while most of his good deeds are out in the open, they are couple of ones which are not known to others.
Salman Khan has always held a helping hand to all, be it launching newcomers or helping people through his films. Recently using his Twitter handle and his Being Human organisation he even put out job search portal where a number of people could apply jobs and Salman's organisation would help get them the jobs they want. he received huge appreciation for this good deeds.
All the money that his organisation earns through the clothing merchandise and paintings, all go into charity work. This actor has done a lot of good deeds, but here are those secret Being Human Deeds which Salman did through his films, but were hidden from the media or fans. he has a heart of gold and his deeds often show it, no other Bollywood celebrity has done as much charity work and it feels proud to see him dedicate his entire life to the betterment of people.
He is often seen visiting cancer patients as well and none of these activities have ever been made commercial, it holds a special value for him and that's why the actor visits and is seen helping the hospital to provide better care as well. Here is a list of Salman Khan's Kick, those secret Being Human deeds through films.
Veer- Auctioned Paintings
Salman Khan auctioned his paintings which were done on the sets of his film Veer for charity. Some of these paintings were apparently used in the film as well, but the actor auctioned it for charity.
London Dreams- Indian Feast
When Salman Khan realized that the entire unit of his film London Dreams were fed up of having Western food, he immediately called his cook, Jaffer bhai, all the way from Mumbai. The kitchen department was then entirely handed over to Jaffer bhai during the schedule of the film.
Phir Milenge- Spreading Awareness
Salman's work was noticed internationally in the movie Phir Milenge (2004), a movie on a victim of AIDS. He was well appreciated by the World Health Organization (WHO) for presenting the problems of AIDS patients in today's world.
Ready- Good Deeds
The actor launched the music of his film Ready at Filmcity, and felicitated the workers living there by honouring them with clothes, along with distributing chocolates to their children's.
Dabangg- Real Life Dabangg
Salman Khan was shooting for his film Dabangg in Wai near Panchagani, when he spotted a few kids visiting the sets to catch a glimpse of their favorite star. When he heard that they walk a great distance in the scorching heat, Salman decided to buy cycles for all of them. He gifted 100 cycles to the kids in Wai.