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    Romit Raj remembers meeting Mother Teresa

    By Staff
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    Courtesy: IndiaFM

    Tuesday, November 14, 2006

    Romit Raj, the young and promising actor from Kushan Nandy's Hum Dum truly has reasons to remember Children's Day. Here we have a picture of young Romit alongside none other than the late Mother Teresa. This photograph was taken years ago on Children's Day when Romit was just a young tot .

    "It was a wonderful experience. My grandfather knew her well as he used to do a lot of charity work. So he arranged their meeting on one of the children's day and he and his mother especially flew from Bombay to Calcutta to meet her."

    The lady holding Romit in her arms is his mother.

    "It was really nice to meet her and I remember her blessing me. She was always a selfless person and always did everything so passionately for the poor despite starting from humble beginnings. She never expected anything back. If you have to think of someone really selfless and caring, then Mother Teresa has to be on top of your list", said Romit.

    All said and done, Romit would definitely remember this day all his life.

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