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The underworld was behind…this is how Sunil Shetty saved the lives of 400 girls!

Arun Sharma

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Sunil Shetty has worked in many great films in his career. Apart from films, he has also done some things in his personal life that film heroes often do. Recently he spoke about one such incident. In an interview to Zoom, he said that at one point he had rescued around 400 girls from human trafficking. His mother-in-law Vipula Qadri helped him a lot in this. Let’s find out what the whole matter is.

Sunil Shetty said in the conversation that his mother-in-law used to run an NGO called ‘Trafficking in India’. Later its name was changed to ‘Vipla Foundation’. Together with other NGOs, she planned to help 400 girls.

The underworld was behind

According to Sunil Shetty, he had never mentioned this before. He did not do this because it could be dangerous. According to him, this plan was made with the help of CM and Police Commissioner. Sunil Shetty does not consider himself a hero in all this. According to him he was only a messenger. He said that many people helped him during this time. He attributed this to his mother-in-law. He also thanked the Mumbai Police and other NGOs for supporting him. According to him, during this time the underworld was also after him, but with the help of the police and the department, he managed to escape from all this.

Talking about Sunil Shetty’s upcoming films, the names of ‘Welcome to the Jungle’ and ‘Hera Pheri 3’ are included in this list. Fans are eagerly waiting for his films. He is currently seen as a judge in the TV show ‘Dance Deewane 4’. Earlier he was seen in the web series ‘Hunter: Tootega Nahi Tootega’. His last film was ‘Gunni’ released in 2022.

Arun Sharma

Arun Sharma

I am Arun Sharma, a versatile news writer covering entertainment, sports, and breaking news.

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