Actor Salman Khan has been under self-quarantine at his Panvel farmhouse. He has been continuously motivating fans as we all fight this deadly coronavirus together. A few days ago he shared a video with his nephew and Sohail’s son Nirvaan talking about his lockdown experience. And now, the Bharat actor has another video for his fans where he shows how is he spending time at Panvel away from home. Also Read - Bigg Boss October 20 Episode Major Highlights: Hina, Gauahar Get Into Heated Argument With Sidharth, Rubina Wants To Quit

In the video shared by Salman, he can be seen feeding his horse with grass and leaves and later taking a bite of the leaves, much to the surprise of everyone. Not just that, Salman chews the whole thing and even says, “It’s damn good ya.” Also Read - Bigg Boss 14 Somvaar Ka Vaar October 19 Major Highlights: Sidharth Shukla Gets Into Heated Argument With Hina Khan, Gauahar Khan

The actor captioned the video, “Breakfast with my love.” Also Read - Bigg Boss 14 Weekend Ka Vaar October 18 Episode Major Highlights: Shehzad, Abhinav, Jaan in Bottom Three, Freshers To Take Decision

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Breakfast with my love…

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Earlier, Salman thanked people for staying indoors and shared two pictures, first showing Bada Qabaristan’s (graveyard) gate which has been closed due to lockdown and the second was of an empty street in Mumbai. Shab-e-Barat is observed as a day of forgiveness or atonement in Islam and leads to congregations at graveyards and religious places. Salman captioned it, “Wah ! Thank u for listening n understanding the gravity of this situation the country is in . God bless n protect each n every 1 . . #IndiaFightsCorona.”

On Wednesday, the Federation of Western Indian Cine Employees has confirmed that they have sent the details of 16000 wage workers to Salman and they have started receiving money already. A report in IndiaTV reveals that Salman had asked for the details of the 25000 workers, however, the bank account details of only 19000 people could be arranged.