Aamir Khan denies hiding money in a ration sack, clarifies he is not the ‘Robin Hood’
Aamir took to Twitter on Monday to clarify the mentioned reports to be untrue and possibly fake
Amidst the worst crisis to hit the world, the Govt. of India has urged citizens to stay safe indoors. Celebrities from all over the world have extended their support to relief funds.
Bollywood’s Perfectionist, Aamir Khan has been at the forefront in helping those worst affected by the coronavirus outbreak. A week after citing a TikTok video that suggested Aamir Khan made surprise monetary donations, the actor dismissed the rumor on Twitter.
As per reports, the video shows truck loaded with 1 kg packets of wheat flour with each bag carrying Rs 15,000 inside it. The actor stated the reports could be ‘fake’ and further explained he is not the “Robin Hood” if the reports were to be true. Read his tweet:
The 55- year old actor has made several donations in the last month to Prime Minister COVID-19 relief fund and also to Chief Minister Relief Fund. He has also made huge donations to the Film Workers Association and NGO.
The actor and wife Kiran Rao on Sunday participated in the I for India concert to urge fans to unite and do their bit against COVID-19. The couple also sang heartfelt old Hindi melodies Aa Chal Ke Tujhe and Jeena Isi ka Naam hai during the concert.