To achieve dreams, one needs to grind and work hard in this competitive world. Someone like MS Dhoni managed his job of TC and playing cricket simultaneously in his early days before eventually representing India in the sport and rest is history. The harsh reality is that all these inspirational stories are heard once success has been achieved by the person. But times are changing, thanks to the world of social media.
These days, a viral clip can bring the struggles and dedication of someone to everyone’s notice and in matter of no time, the life of the person can change. Well, something similar happened when filmmaker Vinod Kapri saw a young 19-year-old boy running on the streets of Noida during midnight.
Who does the boy run on streets every night?
On being asked about why he was running, the boy (Pradeep Mehra) revealed that it’s his daily routine to run from his workplace i.e. McDonalds Sector 16 to his home in Barola which is approximately around 10 kms.
The youngster from Uttarakhand, Almora disclosed that he runs everyday to practice for joining Indian Army. When the filmmaker asked why he doesn’t run in morning, Pradeep said, “In mornings, I have to cook food before going to work.” His dedication and passion has truly won the hearts of everyone.
Watch the video here:
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People are getting motivated seeing my video: Pradeep Mehra
The clip has now gone viral on internet and there are many people who are coming out and offering help to the young kid. After getting all the recognition, Pradeep Mehra said, “My mother is getting treatment in a hospital in Delhi. People are getting motivated seeing my video,” as quoted by ANI.
The story of youngster is indeed an inspiration for all the kids who aspire to achieve their dreams. The netizens are showering love and praise for the 19-year-old ever since the video has gone viral and are hoping that he can join Army in future.
India have got many athletes from the Army who have gone on to win medals for the country across the globe and one might feel that if the youngster can get proper training and guidance, he could bring laurels both as a soldier and an athlete.