If I Were You, I Wouldn't Have Returned, Salman Says to Geeta

Geeta said Salman that she is \'nothing\' in Pakistan and wants to return home and she misses her mother a lot.

Published: 13th August 2015 09:31 PM  |   Last Updated: 13th August 2015 09:31 PM   |  A+A-

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Salman Khan told Geeta that if he would have been in her place he would never have wanted to return.

Salman was telling this in the context that she has been well taken care of by Bilquis Bibi.

In a show with NDTV, Salman Khan got to interact with Geeta, the mute Indian girl who got lost in Pakistan ands wanted to go home. Salman Khan's movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan depicts the determination of an Indian man to make sure that a little girl from Pakistan (who is lost in India) returns home to her parents.

Salman thanked Bilquis Bibi for taking care of Geeta all these years and wished that she gets the same love from her parents, when she returns.

Geeta said Salman that she is 'nothing' in Pakistan and wants to return home and she misses her mother a lot.

Salman Khan asked her why she is unhappy even though she has been taken care so well. However the girl is determined to return and says that if she were not sent home through a plane she’ll tell Salman to take her home on his shoulders.

Although a Hindu, Geeta fasts on Ramzan and also prays to Hindu gods. Geeta's family is yet to be located. Geeta says that her family might not recognise her but she can recognise them and remembers their faces.

Many people have come forward claiming to be Geeta's family, just because money has been allotted to reunite Geta with her family.

Salman Khan thanked Edhi Foundation for raising the girl. The Indian government is making efforts to track down Geeta's family.

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