Salman Khan's Panvel farmhouse affected by Cyclone Nisarga; Iulia Vantur shares photos on social media
Cyclone Nisarga did not wreak havoc in Mumbai as it passed by the city, but it has impacted several areas on the outskirts.
Cyclone Nisarga did not wreak havoc in Mumbai as it passed by the city, but it has impacted several areas on the outskirts. One such area is Panvel, where Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's farmhouse is located. The actor is living with his family and friends at the farmhouse called Arpita Farms. In fact, the star's farm life has ruled the internet for quite a while now.
Now, on World Environment Day, which was followed by Cyclone Nisarga that hit the bay and many parts of Maharashtra, the actor shared a video, where he is seen cleaning the lawn and the entire area. Take a look.
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Salman along with his rumoured ladylove Iulia Vantur, sister Arpita and her family, actress Jacqueline Fernandez and a few others, has been spending the lockdown at his Panvel farmhouse, which has seen a little damage due to the cyclone.
Iulia shared photographs on her Instagram story where we can see broken trees, which she captioned: "After the cyclone." She also shared a picture of the sun and a clear sky and wrote: "But then life goes on... the sun comes back to heal us."
Iulia also shared an interesting video where we can see a scorpion crawling over a branch of a tree, which has fallen to the ground, probably due to the cyclone.
Although Salman Khan is not visible in the video, his voice can be heard in the background. On the professional front, Salman Khan was last seen in Dabangg 3, along with Sonakshi Sinha and Saiee Manjrekar. The actor's next projects were Radhe and Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali. During the lockdown period, Salman Khan was seen in 3 singles - Tere Bina, Pyaar Karona and Bhai Bhai.
In an interview, Jacqueline talked about how she has been spending time at the place. She said, "At the farm, I ride horses, swim, run and do yoga to keep myself fit. Being amidst nature has never felt so good. This lockdown has helped me devote more time to activities that I enjoy. This includes reading, too."
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