As the entire countries grieves the loss of one of the most adored Indian political pioneers, Sushma Swaraj, on-screen character Karanvir Bohra likewise offered his sympathies on her demise and said that if not for her, he may never have returned home from Russia.
Communicating his anguish on the troublesome demise of India’s first full-time outside clergyman, Karanvir composed on Twitter, “Stunned to hear that @SushmaSwaraj ji passed away.A lady who buckled down for the improvement of r country,she never made any Indian feel distanced when in a tough situation in a remote land. (Like in Russia, if not for Sushmaji I wud have been seized) #RIPSushmaJi #Jaihind.”
Shocked to hear that @SushmaSwaraj ji passed away.A woman who worked hard for the betterment of r country,she never made any Indian feel alienated when in trouble in a foreign land.— Karanvir Bohra (@KVBohra) 6 August 2019
(Like in Russia, if it wasn’t for Sushmaji I wud have been impounded) #RIPSushmaJi #Jaihind??
The on-screen character who was one of the five finalists on unscripted TV drama, Bigg Boss 12, was confined at the Moscow International Airport in January because of identification issues. He had traveled to Russia to go to the MacCoffee Bollywood Film Festival.
Sharing his predicament on Twitter, Karanvir stated, “So freeloaded… holding up at #moscowairport coz my identification is somewhat harmed. They (are) thinking about to oust me back to India.” Sushma, who was expeditious in her endeavors to go to the assistance of Indians stuck abroad, had interceded in the issue post which a brief international ID was issued to the entertainer.
so bummed… waiting at #moscowairport coz my passport is a little damaged.— Karanvir Bohra (@KVBohra) 30 January 2019
They contemplating to deport me back to India. @IndEmbMoscowRus @IndEmbMoscow i wished you would have told me that prior to issuing me the visa.
feeling bad for @IndianFilmsRus
Afterward, he said thanks to the then remote priest alongside a video of himself holding his new identification. He additionally composed on Twitter, “I have no words to thank the @IndEmbMoscow 4 helping me get a spic and span brief identification and a visa.celebrity or no big name, I know one thing without a doubt, we Indians are in safe hands when we travel abroad… because of @SushmaSwaraj and the #IndianEmbassy for their assistance.”
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I’m so so so thankful to the #indianembassymoscow @sushmaswarajofficial ji #indianembassy for helping me get a temproray passport here in #russiamoscow a special mention to #indianambassadormoscow @naiefmemon #MrDBvenkateshverma @indianfilmsrussia @rgstudios.in for taking care of this. lots of love to #thahseennazim @chintanpavlankar @rahulloomba @afrozshah_ #tabrezkhan #artur #karen #myfamily all my #industryfriends #kvbarmy and people who stood by me thru this 9 hour ordeal. im here in moscow and gonna live every minute of it… #allswellthatendswell #omnamoshivaya