Aamir Khan denies distribution of wheat flour packets with money in them

A video had surfaced on social media claiming that Aamir Khan dispatched a truck full of wheat flour bags with money also in them amid the coronavirus lockdown. The actor later denied all this

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An video had surfaced on social media stating that actor Aamir Khan dispatched a truck full of wheat flour packets amid the coronavirus lockdown which was later denied by the actor. According to a TikTok video these flour packets were to be distributed in n underprivileged area in Delhi.

These bags of wheat flour reportedly had money also in them. According to the video, the truck was sent by Aamir Khan and each packet of flour contains hidden cash of Rs 15,000.

According to the video, the truck, loaded with one-kilo packets of flour reached Delhi's village area on 29th April. Aamir Khan has refuted all these claims and the video.

While clarifying on the video, Aamir denied all such claims with an honest reply. Mr Perfectionist said on Twitter, "Guys, I am not the person putting money in wheat bags. Its either a fake story completely, or Robin Hood doesn't want to reveal himself!

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