Salman's date with Miss Universe Olivia Culpo at his farmhouse

Salman Khan can boast of having some of the most beautiful fans in the world. The latest addition to the list is Olivia Culpo. There is nothing new to be said about the beauty and style of Culpo because she is the reigning Miss Universe. She is also currently dating singer songwriter Nick Jonas of the Jonas brother and the glamorous couple have been the subject of much speculation. Both of them are passionate about charities and they have been visiting India for a tour of NGOs and various charitable institutions around the country. Sanjana Jon had arranged the tour. Culpo is not the first exotic beauty to have been charmed by Salman. The illustrious list includes names like Katrina Kaif and Iulia Vantur.

Meanwhile a small birthday party was arranged for Sanjana at the farmhouse of Salman Khan and this is where Olivia met the Bollywood superstar. "It was nice to meet Salman who is Sanjana’s bhai and not mine through her connection, because they are really close." When asked whether she would like to act in Bollywood, she replied, “I love acting. And I love the culture here, so I think that it will be an amazing opportunity.”

Speaking about Salman’s participation in the campaign, Sanjana said, "Salman bhai is one of the most amazing and powerful sources of inspiration. He has helped us spread 'Aids awareness' and various other issues in the past. He is coming back to support us this time by speaking on eradication of the evil kanya bhrun hatya (female foeticide) and propagate women empowerment. His presence makes a huge statement among the masses - transgender, transclass, people love him irrespective of the movies he does as he's genuine. In spite of being tied up with his reality show and movies, he will be meeting us on 2nd October at his Panvel farmhouse to lend his support to the cause."

Culpo is touring India for 10 days. She aims at creating and raising awareness regarding such social issues like girl child, female infanticide and empowerment of women. In her interview, she said, “I think that in this country (India), there’s still a lot of cruelty towards women. So, the change needs to begin here. And to get to the heart of that problem, you need to start with young women. As for female foeticide, these babies aren’t even born… So I think we really want to get to the root of that problem.”

“I think there is a need for equality in education; that’s the first step towards women’s empowerment,” she opined.