‘Terminally ill’ Pak children meet ‘Dabangg’ star Salman Khan

Islamabad: Make-A-Wish Foundation Pakistan, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that is working to fulfill the cherished wishes of terminally ill children, has managed to meet the innocent wishes of three ailing children and Bollywood star Salman Khan.

Hubaiba Rizwan, Muhammad Shehroz, and Muhammad Anas, all of whom suffering from life threatening illnesses, met Khan in a meeting was arranged in collaboration with Make-A-Wish India, the Daily Times quoted a statement issued by the foundation, as saying.

According to the statement, a special ceremony was organised in Mumbai for the event.

The children presented Khan with 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.