How a lost wallet brought India, Pakistan together

Ghazi Taimoor, a Pakistani, found Rahul's wallet in London. He then went out on a hunt to return to its rightful owner

Entertainment Desk July 31, 2021

Forget Veer-Zaara, Main Hoon Na, Mission Milap - and dare we say, Twitter's favourite account Bobbywood. There's a new wallet in town that has brought together Indians and Pakistanis more than any other political strategy. 

Ghazi Taimoor, a Pakistani living in London, came across a brown wallet, full of bank cards belonging to a certain Rahul, on Shoreditch High street. Taimoor then took to Twitter and vowed to return the wallet back to its rightful owner and took the social media users on a hunt to find Rahul. 

"Guys! Just found this wallet on Shoreditch High street. The name on the bank card suggests the wallet belongs to a Rahul R******. Time to HUNT RAHUL DOWN. Will update y’all," he tweeted. 

Taimoor, after a series of tweets, finally found Rahul and the micro-blogging site rejoiced!

Many sent love to the Harvard alum for playing his part to spread positivity. 

NGL, same.

Taimoor then expressed his gratitude on Twitter and shared, "I’m slightly teary-eyed Pleading face as I type this, but I’m GRATEFUL for so much kindness and love I’ve received from strangers in this past one day. It’s been a terribly tough year for us all and it’s little acts of kindness that make this world a better place to live in."



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