The coronavirus pandemic outbreak has affected almost all major spheres of the world, altering the normal functionality of the occupations and professions of people around the planet.
One of such cases of occupational alteration is that is the popular Bollywood celebrity, Salman Khan, who recently shared pictures of himself transforming to a farmer and also commending the hardwork which farmers are subjected to before foods can be provided on the table.
On his tweeter account, he posted: "Respect to all farmers", honoring all the farmers accross the world.
Salman Khan is widely known for his wealth and dexterity in acting and film-making, making him one of the leading figures in the Bollywood movie industry.
Salman Khan grew much interest in the field of agriculture and has officially tweeted on his account that he has now converted his career to farming.
But the fact that agriculture is a field that is often reserved for people with low self esteem, his alteration has therefore attracted much attention from the public.
Below are the pictures he shared after becoming a farmer:
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