Salman Khan was seen helping a mute Pakistani girl who was lost in India, reach her home, in the movie "Bajrangi Bhaijaan". The superstar is trying the same in real life too.

The star has asked his director Kabir Khan to do everything possible to bring back a hearing and speech-impaired Indian girl who has been stuck in Pakistan for the last 15 years.

One human rights activist in Pakistan, Ansar Burney, has been trying to make arrangements for the girl to be shifted back to India. He tweeted, "Salman Khan offers to help Geta. Asks director Kabir Khan to find out how he can help Geeta meet her family @SushmaSwaraj @MehrTarar (sic)". Meanwhile, Kabir Khan also communicated with Ansar Burney and assured that he will do all that he can to make Geeta meet her family.

The story of "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" resembles a lot of the real life of Geeta, also known as Guddy. She had accidentally crossed the borders at the age of 11 in 2003 and was handed over to an NGO by the Pakistani rangers.

Although, Geeta's struggle to meet her family in India has been going on since the last 15 years, her story received media attention after the release of "Bajrangi Bhaijaan", which became very popular in Pakistan.

Meanwhile, Ansar Burney informed on Twitter that a family in India has claimed Guddy to be their daughter.