BANGALORE: Salman Khan is always big on giving back to his fans. His Eid releases are not just wholesome blockbusters. They are also festival gifts for those who love him. But this time Salman is giving his fans way more than just a slice of entertainment. With his new employment website Being Human Workshop, Salman is now opening up opportunities for all those who are in need of a job.
The Being Human Workshop website (www.beinghumanworshop.com) was launched this Wednesday with the 48-year-old actor sharing the news of its release through various tweets.
“Appna Face book is not jst for time pass, use it to find work. http://beinghumanworkshop.com #Beinghumanjobs. Kaam ki cheez.”
“Everyone on my fb page who dn’t hve a job, Ive spoken to my frnds to hire n employ them,obviously u need to fulfill the requirement.”
The Being Human Workshop is a part of the Being Human organization, an NGO started by the Bollywood superstar. It deals with various merchandising and marketing products, the profit from which is spent for humanitarian causes to help the underprivileged. The website is a continuation of the organization where each candidate is provided jobs based on their areas of specialization, interest and qualification.
As Salman tweeted about this employment opportunity, thousands of fans jumped in, hoping it would provide them an opportunity to work with the superstar. As a result, the superstar had to soon make his third tweet on the matter, that the job was not with him or under him, but with different companies with whom he had had worked before and who were helping him out at the moment.
“Oh hello! Jobs mere saath ya mere pass nahi hai, aglag aglag company’s k saath hain who I hv worked vit ya jst friends helping out u n me.”
Salman publicly accepted that a lot of his fans had been telling him that they are in need of a job, and it was for them that he took this initiative. He said it would be ‘superb’ if his fans could get a job through this website.
“Lots of fans hv been saying that they don’t hv any job, so thought of this, superb if it works n u get jobs . Vil b v happy for u all.”