On the post of Virat i.e. actor Neil Bhatt, he had told the fans a few days ago that the shooting of the show will start soon. After which the fans of the show have heaved a sigh of relief.
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famous show of star plus lost in someone’s love It is getting a lot of headlines these days. Recently, the fire on the set of the show has surprised everyone. The fans of the show were also shocked by the news of fire on the set. But recently made a big disclosure on Neil Bhatt’s Instagram post.
Neil Bhatt, who plays the lead role of Virat in the serial Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin, is very much liked by the audience. At the same time, Neil also manages to win the hearts of the audience every time with his brilliant acting. However, this time an auto rickshaw driver has won the hearts of his fans along with his favorite Virat i.e. Neil.
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Another problem came in front of Virat
Actually, after the fire, Virat had to face another problem. Neil Bhatt, who plays the character of Viral, had recently shared about his phone being stolen while posting a story on Instagram. Neil forgot his smart phone in an auto rickshaw. But the rickshaw driver has set an example of goodness in front of the people by returning Neel’s phone.
Neil Bhatt took a selfie with the auto driver who returned the phone and posted it on his Instagram account. In whose caption Neil has written that good people still exist in the world. Kshitij Vijay is one of them. Kshitij Vijay and his father Vijay Hirmani are the best examples of goodness. He is an auto rickshaw driver. But his heart is very pure.
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once again got the phone
Neil further wrote that “Unfortunately I forgot my phone in the auto while traveling in the auto rickshaw. I was worried for almost 5 hours and was continuously trying to track my phone. Then a call came on Aishwarya’s phone, saved in my phone’s emergency number list.
Neil thanks for the post
Neil further said that “that phone was of Vijay ji. He told that he does not know how to use the phone. So he waited to reach home and called with the help of his son as soon as he reached home. Thank you very much. Today both of you proved again that there are good people in this world.