When Vidyut Jamwal read a news item about three ninth grade students running away from their homes in Bihar in an attempt to nab dreaded criminal Dawood Ibrahim and get their hands on the cash prize, the actor was intrigued by it.
So much so that he now wants to meet them and is curious to know their side of the story. Startled to read this piece of news, Vidyut has now expressed a desire to meet them. He wishes to hear them out and understand their motives behind going to Kolkata. He also wants to make them see that this is not the right way of making money and how they should focus on studies. He says that he is amazed by the courage shown by these 15-year-olds.”
In fact, the actor has been making enquiries about the case. When contacted, Vidyut admitted that he was bowled over by their ambition. “There’s nothing wrong in wanting to bring about a positive change, but it has to be well thought out. I don’t think they realised the seriousness of the situation. I would love to meet them and make them see reason,” he said.
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