While flood has reached an alarming stage at several places in Gujarat and a number of people have already been fished out from the receding waters of Banas river, B-town actor Aamir Khan has come forward to help those people affected by the disaster. The 'PK' actor has also requested his followers to join him in order to contribute in the Chief Minister Relief Fund of Gujarat and Assam.
Latest media report suggests that 25 bodies including 17 members of a family were fished out raising the death toll to 119.
Army and NDRF personnel had also launched a massive search operation after villagers in the district complaint of more than 100 people missing.
Aamir Khan on Saturday took the matter to Twitter and shared a video message urging his fans to come together to support those flood stricken people in Assam and Gujarat.
"Some areas of Gujarat and Assam are terribly affected by floods. People are facing a tough time. Many have lost their lives. We are helpless in front of nature, but can surely do something for our brothers and sisters," the 52-year-old actor said in the 40-second-long video.
"Let us come together and help the people in Gujarat and Assam. Let us contribute in the Chief Minister Relief Fund of both the states," Aamir stated further.
On the work front, Aamir Khan who was last seen in Sakshi Tanwar-starrer 'Dangal', is at present busy shooting his upcoming venture 'Secret Superstar'. Also starring 'Dangal' fame Zaira Wasim in key role the Advait Chandan flick is scheduled for a Diwali release in 2017.