Ohh! Three Jaipur kids go missing because of ‘Baahubali 2’
The craze of ‘Baahubali 2-The Conclusion’ is infectious and the movie still continues to rule the box office like a King. But, unfortunately, this craze for the film left a few kids in trouble. Three kids from Jaipur between the age of 8-13 years went missing and the Jaipur police had a tough time trying to find the kids. However, thankfully, after conducting many search operations the kids were finally found but the reason behind them going missing is what has left everyone amused.
Sub-inspector, Guru Dutt Saini, Jhotwana police station, told Hindustan Times, “We received information on Wednesday evening that three children, aged between 8 and 13 had gone missing from Shakti Nagar. Two of the kids were Brothers and the third was one of their friends, we searched many areas of the city as it was a very serious matter. We used our network of informants and several vehicles were patrolling different areas through the whole night.” The Assistant Commissioner of Police (Jhotwara), Aas Mohammed, said, “We consistently coordinated with the different search parties. The station house officer himself led the operation.” And finally, the kids were found and it was discovered that they were not abducted or lost, but in reality, they had gone to catch a screening of ‘Baahubali 2′ and forgot to inform their parents about it. (Also Read: Salman Khan’s take on the success of ‘Baahubali 2’ is rather unusual)
Mohammed told Hindustan Times, “They told us that they went to a nearby mall to watch ‘Baahubali 2’. But they couldn’t get the tickets and weren’t able to watch the movie. Following that they were worried that they were late and in fear of being scolded in their home, further strayed away and lost their way.”
All’s well that ends well.