Many days ago, Salman Khan took to his Instagram handle where he shared a picture of himself in the middle of a field and captioned it saying 'Jai jawan! Jai kissan!' Later, he again shared a picture of himself covered in mud and said that he has huge respect for the farmers. Having said that, the actor, yet again, shared a post straight from the field and it looks like, Salman is really enjoying his farming days. He recently shared a video of himself where he is seen planting rice saplings with full swag. Along with him, we also see his rumoured girlfriend Iulia Vantur and nephew Nirvaan with some localities who are helping him.
In the video, we also see the beautiful lush green land and mountains. While speaking of Salman Khan, he is seen working hard in ankle-deep paddy fields. He cuts the picture of a modern farmer in shorts, t-shirt and a cap. While sharing the video, he simply captioned it as, "Rice plantation done." Before sharing this video, he had shared a video of himself ploughing the field with a tractor. The Bharat actor was himself driving the tractor in the paddy fields and backed the video with, 'Farming.' Well, now after farming, he showed us the plantation process too and we can't wait to see his next update.
Before that, take a look at the video below:
Just like Salman, even Iulia Vantur had shared a picture of herself planting in the fields. Sharing it on her feed, she penned her experience and wrote, "I spent many of my summer holidays at the countryside as a child and I use to enjoy helping my grandparents working the land, planting seeds, taking care of the animals. It is very rewarding. I’ve never planted rice before so this was a new experience for me. About this experience, I 'll share more very soon on my youtube channel" ALSO READ: Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai: Salman Khan Starrer's Shoot Pushed; Makers Now Eyeing A 2021 Release?
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