Bollywood megastar Salman Khan’s nephew Abdullah Khan passed away on Monday at Mumbai’s popular Lilavati Hospital. He was 38 years of age.
Taking to his social media, Superstar Salman mourned on the death of his beloved family member. The actor shared an image with Abdullah Khan together with the caption, “Will always love you.”
There was also speculation that the reason behind Abdullah’s demise could be the outbreak of the coronavirus that is taking the toll on the country, however, many of the sources and the family denied the rumors saying that he died due heart-related issues.
On the work front, Salman was last seen within the third installment of his hit franchise Dabangg and had been acting on his next, Radhe Your loved Bhai Jaan before the continuing lockdown was announced.
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Meanwhile, Salman Khan, Bollywood actor, and his entire family are at their Panvel farmhouse amid countrywide lockdown within the wake of coronavirus pandemic. Salman has volunteered to offer financial help to more than 25000 workers in dire need of assistance. The famous scriptwriter and his father, Salim Khan recently said in an interview, “I am not going to investigate the contribution to the 25,000 workers made by Salman as I do not know much about the same.
However, our family thinks and works on a principle that says — hamara paisa jahan jaaye, wahan dikhna chahiye aur kisike kaam aana chahiye. We have got been arranging meals for our building and Salman’s security guards for the last 15 days. We must all take care of our staff it is our utmost duty.”
According to a report, Abdullah left the world after stricken by a lung infection – Abdullah was not connected with Bollywood, however, he often appeared in numerous pictures and videos posted by Salman Khan on social media. Abdullah Mirza Khan was the son of Salman’s father and scriptwriter Salim Khan’s sister.