I am not the ‘Robinhood': Aamir Khan denies donating money in wheat bags
Last week, a TikTok video had emerged suggesting Aamir had sent a truck full of 1 kg wheat packets containing cash hidden inside to Delhi
Aamir Khan has denied rumours of anonymously donating money in wheat bags. Last week, a TikTok video had emerged suggesting that Aamir had sent a truck full of 1 kg wheat packets to Delhi, to help the needy. The packets were supposedly distributed in an underprivileged area affected by the coronavirus crisis. The video claims that those who took the wheat packets found Rs 15,000 cash hidden in them.
Rubbishing the reports, Aamir tweeted, “Guys, I am not the person putting money in wheat bags. It's either a fake story completely, or Robin Hood doesn't want to reveal himself! Stay safe. Love, a.”
Aamir had previously donated to the PM-CARES Fund and the Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. He had also extended support to daily wage workers on his forthcoming film, Laal Singh Chadha. Recently, Aamir and his wife Kiran Rao participated in the I For India fundraising concert, performing the songs Chal Ke Tujhe and Jeena Isi Ka Naam.