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VIDEO: Saluting the Spirit of Mumbai. With 3 Heartwarming Real Life Stories.

“All they know is that you’re trying to get to the city of gold, and that’s enough. Come on board, they say. We’ll adjust.” – Suketu Mehta

Among the many beautiful things written and said about Mumbai, these words beautifully illustrate the ability of the city to be by your side – when you need it the most. It’s the city that never sleeps, they say. But what really happens if someone needs help in those wee hours in Mumbai – do you find a hand that comes forward to help, or are you left to struggle in the crowd?

These three heartwarming real life stories reveal the truth – of people who came to the city to fulfil their dreams, and how Mumbai stood by them in their most difficult times.

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