Before performing for his fans in Mumbai, India, Justin Bieber showed generosity for youngsters who couldn't afford to buy tickets for his concert.
In a video posted on an Instagram fan page, the 23-year-old Canadian pop star shook hands with impoverished children inside a bus and said, "You guys good?"
In another clip that surfaced on social media sites, Bieber was sighted humbly playing a game of kickball with locals.
But his charity work did not conclude there-Bieber reportedly handed free VIP tickets to 100 Indian children for his one-night gig on Wednesday, according to the Hindustan Times.
Bieber also set up a lounge and pampered the children with food and beverages.
Since his highly anticipated "Purpose" world tour kicked off in 2016, Bieber conducted gigs in Japan, United Arab Emirates, South Africa and key cities in Europe and the US.
Starting his career with song covers uploaded on YouTube, Bieber shot to fame with the popular tracks "Baby," "Love Yourself," "What Do You Mean" and "One Less Lonely Girl."