Missing Nashik girls rescued; found outside Shahrukh Khan bungalow Mannat

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Six minor girls who went missing in Nashik two days ago were rescued by the city police in Mumbai after they were traced outside Shahrukh Khan’s bungalow ‘Mannat’.

The six girls of a family reached Mumbai in an attempt to catch a glimpse of their favourite Bollywood star.

Their parents filed a missing complaint on May 23 at Mhasrul police station when they were not found in the house and nearby areas.

Those six girls are all cousin sisters aged between 12 and 15 who are great young fans of Shahrukh Khan. They all left the house on May 23 from Nashik during evening time and went to the famous Nanduri temple in Kalwan taluka of the district.

Shahrukh Khan fans

Shahrukh Khan fans (Image Coutesy by Digit9)

From there they went to Nashik Road railway station and boarded the Shatabdi Express and reached Dadar, a suburban city. From there they reached the actor’s house and waited outside to see him once.

The girls were brought home safely within 24 hours by the Nashik police team who were sent to Mumbai in search of them.

The family told the police that the girls were fascinated towards Bollywood.

The police carried out their search in railway stations and bus stands across the metropolis. But atlast the girls were traced outside Mannat in Bandra with the help of Thane and Kalyan police incoordination with GRP.

The girls were handed over to their parents after bringing them back from Dadar on Wednesday after proper police counseling.

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