Last year, all it took for Baba Ka Dhaba to go viral was a video and one person’s heartfelt plea to citizens to help the elderly couple. Hours later, several people thronged the eatery not just to help Baba financially but also to taste his food.
Similarly, a video of a 14-year-old boy in Ahmedabad selling dahi kachori went viral. The video was shared by Twitter user Vishal Parekh who revealed that the boy is working hard to help his family. Have a look:
Do help him He is just 14 years old & selling Dahi Kachori only at 10/-
Location:opposite Maninagar Railway station Ahmedabad
So proud Need this to be share and help him!He Is Just 14 Years old🥺helping his family and working hard on it #localforvocal @aditiraval @sanghaviharsh pic.twitter.com/JoOmjEUPTA
— Vishal Parekh 🤴 (@vishal_dop) September 22, 2021
Many people online shared the video and asked those living in Ahmedabad to visit the boy and buy dahi kachori from him at Maninagar Railway Station.
Plz this boy should be appreciated and supported both financially and socially true spirit of Indians , mai ahemdabad me hota to roz khaane jata🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 https://t.co/2wjafGYS9g
— Raghuvanshi sharma (@aapkaapandit) September 25, 2021
Please help this boy. Especially people at Ahmedabad,
now it is your duty to make his weekend special tomorrow. Try to go and at least taste one. https://t.co/5GFj8GXiaj
— Price-Volume Trader (@arpit_goel_) September 24, 2021
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Anyone from Ahmedabad .
Kindly go and help this little boy 💯 https://t.co/1DPT8eAsxG
— ARJUN BHATIA (@ArjunB9591) September 23, 2021
Just a day or two after the video went viral, innumerable people thronged the teenager’s humble stall. Videos captured how the boy was surrounded by customers! Have a look:
Ladka famous ho gyaa 🍻🍻 pic.twitter.com/eY7y2ei1DG
— Vishesh malhotra (@1992_Vishesh) September 24, 2021
Social media for social good !
Kudos #Ahmedanad for showering support on 14 year old brave heart and to @navgujaratsamay team for bringing his story of grit and resilience. @ashishaminNGS
— Kumar Manish (@kumarmanish9) September 23, 2021
The power of social media is indeed remarkable!