Make-A-Wish Children Meet Salman Khan (video)
Saturday, January 14, 2012
KARACHI: Make-A-Wish Foundation Pakistan, a non-governmental organisation (NGO), working to fulfill the cherished wishes of terminally ill children, has managed to meet the innocent wishes of three ailing children, who wished to have a meeting with Bollywood ‘Dabang’ star Salman Khan. The wish children Hubaiba Rizwan, Muhammad Shehroz, Muhammad Anas, all suffering from life threatening illnesses expressed Make-A-Wish Pakistan about their cherished wish of meeting their favourite Dabang’s Chulbul Pandey and Bodyguard’s Lovely Singh, Salman Khan.
The meeting was arranged in collaboration with Make-A-Wish India, whose Khan is an active member, said a statement, issued here on Friday. According to the statement, a special ceremony was organised in Bombay for the wish granting where the children met Khan. These children were dressed in Khan’s get up of Dabang and Body Guard. Khan hugged these children and spent considerable time with them and invited them to watch the shooting of his movie.
The children presented him a letter signed by other ailing children saying, ‘‘Because of our illness we cannot travel to meet him, why don’t you come to Pakistan to meet us?’’ Khan informed the Founding President of Make-A-Wish Pakistan Ishtiaq Baig that he had good memories of Pakistan where he spent a day with his brothers Sohail Khan and Arbaaz Khan at Hawks Bay and promised that he would soon visit Pakistan to meet other Make-A-Wish children. Baig presented Ajrak and Sindh topi to Khan and his brother Sohail. Both brothers lauded the work of Make-A-Wish Foundation and said that they were truly touched by meeting the ailing children from across the border. staff report.
Thanks to Ishtiaq Baig for the video :)