The apparel brand “Being Human Clothing”, owned by Bollywood actor Salman Khan, will debut in the capital of Bangladesh this Thursday, September 15, 2022. It is a clothing line for both men and women with a social mission. The shop is specifically situated at Road#10/A, Block#H, House#18, Banani, Dhaka: 1213.
Salman Khan “Bhai” himself announced the opening of an outlet in Dhaka via a social media video that was posted on the brand’s official Meta page on September 13, 2022. In the video, he declares an invitation to the citizens of Bangladesh to visit the outlet.
Being Human Clothing started its journey in 2007 as an extension of the charitable trust established by the very Bollywood star. It has already expanded its operations in more than 15 countries. It has 500 store-in-stores and 75 outlets globally. Being Human charity founded by Salman Khan has provided healthcare and education to thousands of people throughout the years and continues to do it.
Both men’s and women’s top wears and bottom wears are available in the clothing line. The men’s line includes shirts, hoodies, shorts, chinos, jeans, and casual pants. Additionally, the women’s range includes tops, t-shirts, leggings, track pants, and jeans. The company also offers belts, hats, and wallets as accessories.
In the inaugural ceremony, Salman Khan’s brother Sohail Khan will be welcoming the visitor for the main event along with Ayaan Agnihotri (Salman’s nephew). Sanjeev Rao, the CEO of Being Human Clothing, will be present at the event. Salehin F. Nahian, the director of the Sylhet Chamber of Commerce and Industries, and Fakhor Uddin Brothers, the renowned construction firm, will jointly control the franchise in Bangladesh.
Rehan Rahman and Mohaimin Mostafa are the regional franchisees of this modern apparel company that is swiftly gaining traction with young people in India. Additionally, they each own a portion of Crimson Cup Bangladesh. After establishing its first location in Bangladesh, Salman Khan’s Being Human also aims to open several outlets in other districts in Bangladesh.
The brand combines humanism, fashion, and beauty with social welfare. A significant portion of its sales revenue is donated to the Mumbai, India-based charitable foundation “Being Human – The Salman Khan Foundation.”
The trust has made healthcare and education accessible in various underprivileged areas in India. It is committed to carrying out initiatives of those two sectors for the underprivileged community. They can do this by offering hands-on training, money for medical care, and materials for those with disabilities.