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19-Year-Old Boy Restarts Late Fathers Roadside Food Outlet, Wins Hearts On Internet

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It’s always a proud moment for parents when their children carry forward their legacy. In one such inspiring instance, a 19-year-old boy from Kolkata has stepped up to manage his late father’s roadside food outlet. In a circulating video on the internet, the teenager, Sagar, can be seen diligently preparing rice, assembling platters with sabzis and papad, and serving them to customers. The young boy even takes care of washing the dishes at the food stall. The video, shared by Instagram handle @okaysubho, also captures Bengali actress Swastika Mukherjee standing beside Sagar at the roadside outlet, offering her support and acknowledging his dedication.

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The caption of the video reads, “Turning tragedy into triumph. Sagar, a 19-year-old young boy has shown that with dedication and vision, great things can still be accomplished. As he reopens his late father’s roadside rice hotel and works towards fulfilling their shared dream of opening a restaurant in his memory, he sets an example for pursuing our passions despite the obstacles. Let’s support this ambitious young man and be the wind beneath the wings of his vision,” adding, “While money can rebuild the physical space, your emotional support can help strengthen his resolve. Share this video as much as possible. Let him know his vision has touched and motivated you. Your kind words may be the nourishment that keeps his spirit alive during difficult times.”

Take a look at the video below:

After watching the video, many people praised Sagar in the comment section.

A user wrote, “Not all heroes wear a cape. More power to you Sagar.”
Another one added, “Support this lad and make him famous.”
“Great story. Best wishes to him!” read a comment.
A person said, “Hats off to such people who are so resilient in life … we feel our life has fallen apart on petty issues and here are some warriors who are not ready to bend down…”

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Did you also get inspired after reading Sagar’s story? Tell us in the comments section.

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