The whole nation is waiting for the comeback of Indian Air Force pilot wing commander Abhinandan Varthaman after being captured in Pakistan during the air attack. The whole nation is saluting the soldier and praising him for his bravery. Now even the Bollywood has come together to welcome the brave soldier of IAF.
It is like a film story that an Indian pilot was captured in Pakistan is now safely coming back to Indian with pride of patriotism. We have seen such kind of incidents only in Bollywood films especially in Yash Chopra directorial Veer Zaara, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Preity Zinta. In the film Yash Chopra, Shah Rukh Khan Played the role of Squadron leader Veer Pratap Singh who got arrested in Pakistan and was called a spy.
However, after spending 17 years in prison Veer finally makes a come back to India with pride. Now Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan who played the role of Veer Pratap Singh has relived the moment by wishing luck to Abhinandan on his come back. Shah Rukh tweeted, "There is no better feeling than Coming back Home, for home is the place of love, hope & dreams. Ur bravery makes us stronger. Eternally grateful. #WelcomeBackAbhinandan"
Even the same has done by Preity Zinta who played the role of Pakistani girl in the film tweeted, "It’s midnight & I cannot sleep. I’m so happy that #AbhinandanVartaman is going to be coming home. I can only imagine what his family feels right now. Every minute will feel like a lifetime & the heart will skip many beats. #WelcomeBackAbhinandan 🙏 We salute your bravery & valour"
It’s midnight & I cannot sleep. I’m so happy that #AbhinandanVartaman is going to be coming home. I can only imagine what his family feels right now. Every minute will feel like a lifetime & the heart will skip many beats. #WelcomeBackAbhinandan 🙏 We salute your bravery & valour— Preity G Zinta (@realpreityzinta) March 1, 2019
Let us tell you that the whole nation is now happy that how after the stand by the Indian government, Pakistan government finally has decided to return IAF pilot Abhinandan Varthaman.