‘Chillar Party’ profits for charity, says Salman Khan

Mumbai: Salman Khan, who has donned the producer`s hat with children`s film ‘Chillar Party’, has said that the profits from the movie will go to his Being Human charity.

"I`m co-producing `Chillar Party` in association with UTV and we will release it July 8. Whatever money that we make out of this film will go into the Being Human charitable trust. The profits will not come to me or to anyone else," Salman told reporters here Friday.

Directed by debutants Vikas Bahl and Nitesh Tiwari, ‘Chillar Party’ is a film about a gang of innocent children who lead a carefree life and then a dog who faces danger from a corrupt politician comes into their life.

The story is about how the children stand up against the politician and save the dog`s life.

"It`s an incredible film. When I saw it, I decided to attach myself to it because it’s such an amazing film that I thought that Being Human and Salman Khan had to be a part of it," said the 45-year-old actor.

"It is the most beautiful film that I have ever seen. All dog-lovers should see it, all people who hate dogs should see it, all parents and children should go for it," he added.

Actor Ranbir Kapoor is also doing an item number in the film and the music has been scored by Amit Trivedi.


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