Salman Khan's nephew, Abdullah passes away at 38
In a disturbing piece of news, Salman Khan's nephew, Abdullah Khan passed away on Monday. He was 38 years old. Abdullah, who was a body builder, died of heart failure, family sources told TIE. Abdullah had been ill for some time. He was shifted from Mumbai's Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital to Lilavati Hospital two days ago. May his soul rest in peace.
"He (Abdullah) was such a loving person. He used to love bodybuilding and was a total fitness enthusiast," Mateen Khan, Salman's cousin told the publication. Late last night, Salman took to his social media accounts to mourn the death of his nephew. The actor posted a picture with Abdullah, and wrote, "Will always love you (sic)". Fellow actors and celebrities also offered their condolences.
While Abdullah was not associated with the film industry, he often featured in pictures/videos posted by Salman on social media. Meanwhile, Salman and his family is currently at their Panvel farmhouse amid the ongoing 21-day nationwide lockdown in wake of the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, Salman has offered to financially help 25,000 daily wage workers of Bollywood, who are suffering because of the lockdown.
Separately, on the work front, Salman was last seen in the third part of the popular cop series Dabangg. The superstar will next appear in Prabhu Deva's action movie Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. He also has movies like Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali and Kick 2 in the pipeline. However, all movie productions currently remain stalled owing to the lockdown.