The farmers in Maharashtra, are going through a very tough phase as the drought has brought in misery and pain to their families. Nana Patekar and Akshay Kumar, are helping the farmers throughout, and now Aamir Khan has joined the bandwagon of being a Good Samaritan.
According to a leading daily, Aamir Khan has adopted two villages in Marathwada named 'Tal' and 'Koregoan' in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Aamir Khan, runs a foundation called 'Paani', and it deals with problems at the grass root levels. Aamir Khan, is actively engaging himself with the farmers and conversing with them about watershed management and water conservation.
It looks like Aamir Khan, is on a mission to help the farmers of Marathwada, and we're sure, the actor will do his best to solve the water crisis.
A few months back, the Khiladi of Bollywood Akshay Kumar, had donated 90 Lakhs for the relief of drought-hit farmers in Maharashtra. However, Akshay Kumar does not want to talk about the donation and was quoted as saying,
"I don't want to talk about it. I feel it is stupidity to talk about it. I feel embarrassed to answer all these things. I have never spoken about it."
Akshay Kumar, further commented,
"You all write about it and I am sure they (people) will get inspired. It is in your hands. You want me to say.. one day I thought about it and read in newspaper and felt it is bad. Everybody does it and there is nothing to talk about it. I don't know what to say."
Kudos to Aamir Khan, Nana Patekar and Akshay Kumar for lending a helping hand to the distressed farmers suffering from drought in Maharashtra.