Bollywood superstar and the Dabangg Bhaijaan Salman Khan has moved to his Panvel farmhouse amid the deadly coronavirus outbreak which has infected more than 600 people in India and over 3 lakh people across the world. As Maharashtra reports more than 116 positive coronavirus cases, Salman Khan, along with sister Arpita, kids Ayat and Ahil, and other family members has shifted to his Panvel farmhouse and will be spending some quality time with them amid the lockdown announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Also Read - Salman Khan's Father Salim Says 'When Salman Was in Jail, we Felt Guilty Even While Drinking Water'

Salman Khan is very close to his nephew Ahil and Niece Ayat. His photos and videos with the kids keep surfacing on social media and are loved by fans. According to reports, Salman Khan is planning to stay in the Panvel farmhouse until the lockdown gets over. Also Read - Entertainment News Today, March 24: Salman Khan Begins Work-From-Home at His Panvel Farmhouse With a Small Post-Production Team For Radhe

In a recent interview shared by Salman Khan on his official Instagram account, the actor asked everyone to obey the lockdown in the country and said that it is not a public holiday.He has been urging his fans to take the coronavirus precautions very seriously. He also thanked all the doctors, policemen, and all those who have been helping fighting this pandemic. Also Read - Salman Khan Asks Fans to Take Government Advisory Seriously, Says it is Not a Public Holiday

Salman Khan, who is one of the most bankable actors in Bollywood, was last seen in Dabangg 3. The actor will be next seen in action-drama Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. The film, co-starring, Disha Patani, Randeep Hooda and Jackie Shroff is being helmed by Prabhudeva and is slated to hit the silver screens on the special occasion of Eid 2020. However, reports suggest that due to the coronavirus outbreak, the release date of the film will be postponed.