If reports are to be believed, Salman has arranged for a medical camp every Tuesday in a garden opposite his house in Bandstand, Mumbai. Currently, there is just one doctor who treats forty patients on that day. The cost of each patient, which comes up to Rs 300 is apparently borne solely by Salman Khan. The camp is reportedly set with only a chair and a table.
To add to it, Salman Khan also looks into the follow up treatment for patients if required.
As per sources, Salman Khan doesn't want to publicise his initiative, and therefore asked his friends in NGOs to secretly spread the word about the consultation.
Moreover, in a bid to ward off unwanted attention, Salman Khan decided against hiring a reputed specialist to attend to the patients.
Salman Khan has not only won the hearts of his audiences at the box office with his blockbusters, but has also secured himself a permanent place in the hearts of people with his charitable acts. Wonder if there is another Rajinikanth in the making!
After launching Being Human, a charitable NGO, Salman Khan has reportedly opened a charitable dispensary, a make-shift medical camp in a garden opposite his own house in Bandstand, Mumbai.