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Anand Mahindra took to Twitter on Diwali to share the inspiring story of the shoe-shiner. He furthered issued a challenge to all viewers 'to remain dry-eyed'

Written By Yash Sanghvi | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Indian Idol is a platform where prospective singers in the hopes of being recognised for their skills also bring inspiring story and some of them too moving to simply be put in words. This time too one particular story grabbed everyone's attention including that of the Chairman of Mahindra Group Anand Mahindra, the inspirational story was that of a shoe-shiner from Bathinda and his dream to make it the top.

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Mahindra's challenge:

Anand Mahindra took to Twitter to share the inspiring story of the shoe-shiner from Bathinda on Diwali and issued a challenge to all viewers "to remain dry-eyed" after watching the performance.

Anand Mahindra's tweet:

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Anand Mahindra everyone's favourite netizen

Time and again Chairman of the Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra takes to Twitter and shares videos which makes his followers laugh or move to tears. On October 23, Mahindra had tweeted a heartwarming video of an individual from Mysore who quit his corporate job to take his mother on India tour on a scooter. The soul-stirring video that the business tycoon shared is about Dakshinmurthy Krishna Kumar from Mysore who left his banking job and travelled with his 70-year-old mother, who never stepped out of her house, on a scooter. All he wished was to show her around the country. Dakshinmurthy has so far travelled a total of 48,100 kilometres on a scooter. He also offered to gift the man a Mahindra KUV100 NXT for his journey ahead.

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