New Delhi: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan who is basking in the success of his latest release 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan', made headlines by turning a real life hero for Geeta, an Indian woman stuck in Pakistan.
Salman previously felt that awareness should be created to help the girl.
However, 'Dabangg' Khan told the press on Monday that if Geeta, wanted to meet him he "would be happy to".
Also, he felt that Geeta should be given a better life in India than that she has been living in Pakistan. He expressed that the girl must be having her friends and family living there and hence we should make it much better for her here.
Astonishingly, this real life incident is a lot like the story of 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan', the movie.
The movie stars Salman as a Hanuman devotee who wants to help Munni, a six-year-old speech-impaired Pakistani girl lost in India.
"The government is looking into it and I think they are very competent people. For us to try and find out ke maa baap kaun hai would be difficult. Galat maa baap tak pahunch jaati then she would be unhappy with us so let the government take care," he said in the press conference.
Kabir Khan's 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' that released on Eid last month, has come out to be the biggest blockbuster with a massive collection of over Rs 300 crores in India.