Mumbai: Salman Khan currently upheld the government’s bid to move behind Geeta, stranded in Pakistan for 15 years, and combine her with her legitimate parents, only as he did in his exile strike Bajrangi Bhaijaan.
Geeta, 23, is believed to have incorrectly crossed into Pakistani domain as a child. She was 7-8 years aged when she was found by a Pakistan Rangers 15 years ago from Lahore railway station, according to reports from Pakistan.
She has got a uninformed franchise of wish after a success of Bajrangi Bhaijaan, where Salman plays an Indian man who helps a small lady strech her home in Pakistan.
When asked either he had attempted to assistance Geeta, Salman said he would have got concerned though a supervision is already looking into a matter.
“… Government is looking into it. And they are competent and should take this forward. If she agrees and they find her rightful parents, this should really be done.”
He, however, pronounced that once Geeta is behind in India and wants to accommodate him, “I would really accommodate her”. Talking to reporters on a success of his cross-border drama, that warranted Rs 300 crore during a box-office, Salman said he was happy that Geeta was being looked after good in Pakistan.
“I am not really clear. we am wakeful of some history. Like 15 years ago, she reached Pakistan in a train. Before this, her parents did not try to explain her? No FIRs were filed? we think some NGO from Pakistan is involved. We should leave it to the girl and appreciate a NGO of Pakistan and a encourage parents, who supported her all these years and gave her a good life,” he said.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj recently pronounced that the supervision will move behind Geeta. Four families from different tools of a nation have claimed Geeta to be their child.
When reporters asked him about his new controversial tweets on Yakub Memon, Salman sidestepped a doubt saying
“there would be a improved time to pronounce about it”, adding he would adore to pronounce on a emanate though right now he wanted to focus on Bajrangi Bhaijaan.