This 19 year Old Boy Goes Viral ! See What Happened.

Published: March 21st, 2022
Updated: March 21st, 2022, 01:12:59 IST
This 19 year Old Boy Goes Viral ! See What Happened.
This 19 year Old Boy Goes Viral ! See What Happened.

Watch: 19-Year-Old's Midnight Run Near Delhi Goes Viral. A young man is seen sprinting purposefully down a Noida road at midnight, in a video that racked up thousands of views within minutes of being posted on social media Sunday evening.

This 19 year old boy is going to go viral

A boy was running alone on the road of Noida at 12 o'clock in the night.

was offered a lift

repeatedly offered again and again..

He refused and after that, if you listen to the story he told, then first you will show it to your children and then the whole country.

What is the name of this young boy, running at midnight on the road of Noida.

Pradeep Mehra runs everyday! the same as he built himself strong enough to overcome this challenge in life.

Inspiring the new generation kids, everyone should watch this video, thats going viral on the Internet.

The young boy repeatedly declined filmmaker Vinod Kapri's offers for a ride home, as he trains for the army in the dead of night, racing home from a shift at McDonald's, following which he plans to cook dinner for himself and his older brother.

In the video, Mr Kapri is filming from his car, as it rides alongside the young man, who says he's running home from work after his shift at a McDonald's. Despite being offered a lift, Mr Mehra insists that he prefers to run home because he doesn't get time to run otherwise.

When prodded further on why he's running at all at this late hour, he responds, "To join the army."

Mr Kapri once again offers to drop the boy, telling him to run in the morning, but Mr Mehra informs him that he has no time to train then, as he has to wake up at 8 am every day to cook food before work.

Originally from Uttarakhand, Mr Mehra runs a 10-km stretch daily, from his job in Noida's Sector 16 to his home in Barola, where he lives with his brother.

When asked where his parents are, the boy tells Mr Kapri that his mother, who is unwell, has been hospitalised.


नोएडा की सड़क पर कल रात 12 बजे मुझे ये लड़का कंधे पर बैग टांगें बहुत तेज़ दौड़ता नज़र आया

मैंने सोचा किसी परेशानी में होगा , लिफ़्ट देनी चाहिए

बार बार लिफ़्ट का ऑफ़र किया पर इसने मना कर दिया

Mr Kapri, still keeping pace with Mr Mehra, tells him that this clip is going to go viral.

"Who's going to recognise me?" laughs the runner in response. "If it goes viral, it's okay, it's not like I am doing anything wrong."

When informed that after Mr Mehra's strenuous sprint back, he still plans to cook after, Mr Kapri says, "Come, have dinner with me."

"No, but my older brother will be left hungry then," replies Mr Mehra, once again refusing the filmmaker's help, adding that his brother has a night shift at work and can't cook for himself at the moment.

"Pradeep, you're amazing," responds Mr Kapri in awe.

"Let me please drop you home," he adds, in a last-ditch attempt to change Mr Mehra's mind.

"No no, I'll go like this, otherwise my running will get ruined. This is my everyday routine," says the determined 19-year-old, smilingly declining once again.