Once an actor joins the Hindi film industry there is very little that remains a secret from the world of the paparazzi and audience members. The same cannot be said about model turned actor Muzamil Ibrahim. The actor took to Instagram on Monday night to talk about the time he saved his friend’s life when he was just eight years old. The actor revealed that he was awarded the Jeevan Raksha Padak for his bravery.
Ibrahim said that in the world where everyone is becoming increasingly intolerant he felt the need to share his stories. He captioned his post writing, “My friends used to tell me to speak about it, I never felt the urge. But with the way demographics are changing within our country, I felt that everybody should have that sense of inclusiveness, so I thought of putting it out.”
The actor further added writing, “I feel everybody is getting intolerant about everything these days. It has come to the point that unless you’re carrying our National flag or have a tattoo of our flag on our arm, you aren’t considered an Indian. Sadly, there’s a growing sense of extremism. When I saved that British lady, I didn’t think what her nationality was. But every time she or her family will think about India they’ll think dearly about our country where someone saved her life… We all have the goodness within us, let’s explore that more and do as much as possible for our country and stay united in love and spirit.”
Ibrahim last appeared in the 2020 hit Special OPS.