Six minor girls who went missing from Nashik found outside Shah Rukh’s bungalow ‘Mannat’ in Mumbai


Juhi Sethi | May 25, 2017 20:14

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Six minor girls from Nashik, who went missing on May 23, 2017, were found by Mumbai police yesterday outside Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s bungalow ‘Mannat’ in suburban Bandra. The girls, apparently, travelled from Nashik to Mumbai just to catch a glimpse of their favourite Bollywood star.

These six sisters (age 12 to age 15), who’re cousins, left their house on May 23, following which their family lodged a complaint at Mhasrul police station at Nashik. The worried family told the cops that the girls have a fascination for Bollywood.

After searching railway stations and bus stands thoroughly across the cities, Nashik Police with the help of Thane and Kalyan police and in co-ordination with the Government Railway Police, finally found these die-hard SRK fans outside Mannat. After rescuing the girls in just 24 hours, they were sent back to their homes safely by Nashik Police on May 25.

It was later found out that after the girls left their home, they proceeded to the famous Nanduri Temple in Kalwan, from where they went to Nashik Road railway station and boarded the Shatabdi Express to reach suburban Dadar. After that, they headed towards Khan’s residence hoping to see their idol once.

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